Keys to Success Program is an individually-designed program, for students ages 18 – 21, who have not received a high school diploma, and focuses on independent employment through a curriculum designed to help students develop interpersonal skills, access community resources and receive work related training and other skills needed to live in the community. Activities are designed for students with high adaptive skills and the potential of functioning independently and safely within the community.
Links to Support Program provides a continuation of special education services for students 18 through 21 years of age with an emphasis on continuing to develop skills to increase their ability to participate safely in the community. Curriculum will focus on acquisition of functional academics, personal/social skills, daily living, recreation and leisure, community participation and occupation activities. Links supports students in building their independent functioning as they transition to adult service providers through outside agencies, such as Central Valley Regional Center. Activities will take place within classroom and community settings using neighborhood resources based on individual need, ability level and student centered transition plans.
Special Day Class for students with Severe Disabilities (SD) is a program for students ages 18-22 that is located on the Adult School campus. All SD programs utilize an interdisciplinary approach where teachers are able to consult with various service providers to assist in the individualization of students’ programming. Students enrolled in the district’s SD classes have goals that focus on areas such as functional academics, vocational/recreational and leisure skills, community awareness, domestic and adaptive skills, social skills and communication skills. Students earn a “Letter of Recommendation” upon aging out at 22 years of age.