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Special Education Department

Programs & Services at LHS

Resource Specialist Program (RSP) 

• All "General Education Classes" with one period of Strategies for Success (SFS) per day 

• SFS focuses on academic, organizational, and study skills in addition to providing support for students 

• Case Carrier helps students to focus on achieving their IEP goals as well as achieving success in their general education classes. 

• "Watch and Consult" students do not have SFS class unless needed for success in Gen Ed classes. 

 

Mild/Moderate Program (MM) 

• Classes have a maximum of 18 students and are usually staffed with one or more instructional aides 

• Students move from class to class for their various subjects and for their elective classes (not self-contained) 

• Students can be mainstreamed into Gen Ed classes when appropriate 

• Students are eligible to obtain jobs at the school and in the community during their 11th and 12th grade years through the "Employment Skills" classes. 

 

Emotional Disability (ED) 

• Classes have a maximum of 12 students and are usually staffed with one or more instructional aides 

• Students move from class to class for their various subjects and for their elective classes (not self-contained) 

• Students can be mainstreamed into Gen Ed classes when appropriate 

• Students are eligible to obtain jobs at the school and in the community during their 11th and 12th grade years through the "Employment Skills" classes. 

 

Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HH) 

• A team of dedicated teachers, instructional aides, and interpreters assist our students with hearing loss in academics and success skills.

• Many students are fully mainstreamed and are provided with interpreters for each class 

• Some students are in a self-contained classroom with a teacher, aides, and interpreters 

• D/HH students are also able to obtain jobs at the school and in the community during their 11th and 12th grade years through the "Employment Skills" classes. 

 

Moderate/Severe Program (MS) 

• There are four Moderate/Severe classrooms at LHS, each designed to accommodate students with unique needs and abilities. 

• Includes academic instruction in English, math, practical living skills and community-based instruction (navigating the neigh- borhood and traveling to community establishments). 

• The majority of the students in the MS program are involved in the "Best Buddies" program, which provides lunch-time activi- ties, dancing, etc with their GenEd peers. 

 

Some Other Services Offered per IEP 

504 Plans 

Adaptive Physical Education Vocational education Services 

Assistive Technology Nursing Services 

Communicatively Impaired Speech and Language

Visually Impaired (VI) Services Counseling and Guidance Services 

Our Team!

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We are a TEAM of collaborative specialists engaging at the highest levels of integrity, diligence, and responsibility; we are self-directed role models who enhance the success and celebrate the diversity of our students, parents, and community.

Best Buddies Club

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Instructional Aides: Ms. Radi & Ms. Fernanda

Instructional Aides