All Special Education students participate in curriculum based on achieving state standards. They have the opportunity to participate to the maximum degree possible in the general education curriculum. The low incidence populations of Life Skills, Multi-Disabilities, Autistic, Blind, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Emotional Support have additional curricula that promotes development of skills typically present for the non-challenged learner. Theses include self-help, pragmatic language skills, social and emotional development skills and community- based instruction skills.

    The Special Education Department has developed curriculum, benchmarks and assessments that address state standards for the population of:

    • Life Skills Support Students

    • Multi-disabled Students

    Over the next six years the department plans to develop curriculum and benchmarks and assessment consistent with approved state standards for the population of:

    • Autistic Spectrum Students

    • Blind and Visually Impaired Students

    • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

    • Emotional Support Students