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IEP English

Open to 9-12
1-3 Trimester Periods 1-3 Credits
Prerequisite: Must have an IEP

Meets the goals/needs as defined in a student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Topics covered may include spelling, vocabulary, reading skills and written expression.

 
 
IEP Math

Open to 9-12
1-3 Trimester Periods 1-3 Credits
Prerequisite: Must have an IEP

Meets the goals/needs as defined in a student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Topics covered may include basic math skills, consumer mathematics and personal finances.

 
 
IEP Structured Study

Open to 9-12
1-3 Trimester Periods 1-3 Credits
Prerequisite: Must have an IEP

An opportunity for Special Education students to receive support as they prepare for mainstream class daily assignments and tests, complete projects, etc. Problem solving, emotional and social support, and vocational guidance may also be included.

 
 
Transitions

Open to 9-12
2 Trimester Periods 2 Credits
Prerequisite: Teacher approval

Special needs students may be recommended for the transitions class. Students will have the opportunity to develop or improve their interpersonal communication skills, woodworking vocabulary, machine knowledge, machine safety and maintenance, measuring skills, project planning and follow through. Students will design and build a cabinetry or construction project during this class. Industrial technology and special education personnel teach this class. Students may receive science credit for this course.


 
 
Recordkeeping/Consumer Math

Open to 9-12
1 Trimester Period 1 Credit
Prerequisite: Must have an IEP

This course will help students prepare for handling their own finances in an orderly manner. A few of the topics covered are budgeting, banking services, income taxes, time cards, pay checks and others.

 
 
Planning for your Furture

Open to 10-12
1 Trimester Period 1 Credit
Prerequisite: Teacher approval

This class is designed to cover each of the five Transition, or Planning for Your Future, areas of a student’s IEP: (1) Jobs and Job Training, (2) Postsecondary Education and Training (3) Community Living, Experience, and Participation, (4) Recreational and Leisure Activities, and (5) Home Living/Daily Living Skills.
Activities include: researching careers and Postsecondary training options by having people involved in these careers and training centers either meet with the class or arrange on-site visits; planning for a real-life budget; becoming more aware of community resources and how one might become a volunteer.

 


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