Special Education

Department Mission Statement

To maximize our students' potential and promote collaboration among parents, educators, students, and other agencies to ensure that all children with disabilities have access to a free and appropriate public education in the most least restrictive environment.

Grading Scale

100 - 90 = A

  89 - 80 = B

  79 - 70 = C

  69 - 60 = D

  59 - 0 = F

Courses

Special Education

 

Resource Specialist Program (RSP) Basic English, Basic Algebra I, and Study Skills Grade level: 9-12
Length: 1 year
Prerequisites: Students must be identified as individuals with exceptional needs according to federal, state, and district guidelines.

Description: The Resource Specialist Program provides instruction and assistance to individuals with exceptional needs. An emphasis is placed on individualized instruction according to an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP). In addition, the Resource Specialist Program provides assistance to facilitate student’s mastery of content standards in regular classes. Students are placed in the Resource Specialist Program for 1-3 periods per day depending upon the decision of the IEP team.

 

Special Day Class (SDC)

Practical  Courses in English, Geography, World History, U. S. History, Life Science, Integrated Science,  Government, Economics, Basic Math, Integrated Math I, Integrated Math II, and Social Skill and Practical Life Management

Grade level: 9-12

Length: 1 year

Prerequisites: Students must be identified as individuals with exceptional needs according to federal, state, and district guidelines.

Description: The Special Day Class (SDC) provides instruction and assistance to individuals with exceptional needs. An emphasis is placed on individualized instruction according to an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP). The SDC program provides students with standards based curriculum as well as assistance to facilitate student success in regular classes. Integrated Math 1 is a graduation requirement. SDC students fulfill this requirement through the provided SDC course work.

 

Community Based Instruction Program (CBI)

Grade level: 9-12

Length: 1 year

Prerequisites: Students must be identified as individuals with exceptional needs according to federal, state, and district guidelines.

Description: The Community Based Instruction Program (CBI) provides instruction and assistance to individuals with exceptional needs. An emphasis is placed on an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP). Students in the CBI program are able to meet the benchmarks required for a certificate of completion rather than a high school diploma. The CBI offers community based instruction emphasizing career and vocational preparation, independent living skills, appropriate work behavior and attitudes, supervised work sites, and functional academics.

 

Email Your Teachers

Moffett, Suzanne, Lead G01 4183
Chang, Wilene G13 4184
Hobbs, Dawn F15 4180
Losh, Stephen G02 4016
Moore, Ian P20 4178
Mullins, Mark J05 4008
Rawson, Michelle F12 4182
Seltzer, David J12 3867 
Willinsky, Kathy G16 4062 
Wilson, Herman P08 4047
Blair, Travis J04 4170
Lee, Kevin (Suk) P01 4177
Rodriguez, Randy P07 4158

 

 

 

Suzanne Moffett

Suzanne Moffett

Wilene Chang

Wilene Chang

William Conley

William Conley

Mark Mullins

Mark Mullins

Michelle Rawson

Michelle Rawson

Herman Wilson

Herman Wilson