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Special Education

Autism Support

Serve children with pervasive developmental spectrum disorders. These classrooms primarily serve students with autism academic skills, communication skills, social skills and functional skills through research-based methodologies to meet individual student needs.

Community School Program

Serves adolescents with emotional difficulties in one of five different sites in Lancaster and Lebanon countries. The program is designed to meet students academic ,emotional and behavioral needs while preparing than to function appropriately in their community, in a less- restrict we setting or in employment.

Emotional Support

Serves the child who demonstrates learning or behavioral problems primarily due to emotional reasons. The goals of the program are to help each child develop the academic, emotional and social skills necessary to function productively. Emphasis on applied academics including communication skills prosocial skills and self -monitoring strategies is stressed.

Learning Support

Serves students of average or above average intellectual abilities whose primary identified need is academic support .Individualized programming helps each student to develop the necessary academic  and functional skills needed for success in the general education curriculum.

Life Skills Support

Serves students with mental retardation classes for these students emphasize applied and functional academics, social skills, self-care and prevocational skills. Skills are taught in both classroom and community based settings in order to teach skill application and generalization to real-life settings.

Multiple Disabilities Support

Serves students who have a combination of disabilities such as mental retardation and orthopedic impairment. The purpose of this program is to foster independence for daily living and to teach motor, social and communication skills.

Physical Support

Designed primarily to serve students with orthopedic impairments or other health impairments. These students may be medically fragile or need extensive training in assistive devices. Classes for students with physical disabilities stress academic instruction, daily living skills and communication.