General Education Curriculum


 
 
 
Special Day Programs (SDP)
 

Students who are on the General Education curriculum, but receive Special Day minutes as part of their IEP, are provided instruction in a small group setting taught by a Special Education teacher for up to 4 academic subjects.   We have two SDP (Special Day Programs): SDP for students with Specific Learning Disabilities and SDP for students with Autism. 

 
 

Special Day Program/ SLD (Specific Learning Disabilities)

·       Setting:  Three self-contained classrooms for the four academic subjects.  Classes are departmentalized in that one teacher teaches all grade levels of a specific subject.

·       For 6th grade students, all core academic classes must be in Special Day.   A blended program of General Ed and Special Day Classes are possible for 7th and 8th grade. 

·       One Elective and Physical Education are in the general Education setting

 

Special Day Program/ Autism

·       Setting:  Self-contained classroom

·       For incoming 6th grade students, all academic classes and homeroom must be in the Special Day Autism classroom.  A blended program of General Ed and Special Day Classes are possible for 7th and 8th grade.  

·       Social Skills is available as an elective. To ensure a smooth transition, we strongly recommend this elective for incoming 6th graders.

 
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