ESLE (Early Structured Learning Environment): This is a service designed for students ages 3–5 years old. The program can work on:
fine/gross motor skills
self‐help and social/emotional skills
Resource provides Special Education and services in a setting other than the General Education classroom with a member of the Special Education department
Inclusion Support is a service that provides Special Education support in the General Education classroom. Inclusion Support is individually determined with a focus on student independence, fading reliance on adults over time.
RISE (Reaching Independence through a Structured Environment) is a service that focuses on academic and developmentally appropriate functional skills. This service addresses skills through intensive, hands-on learning and the use of researched-based strategies to meet the needs of individual students. Instruction is delivered with a low staff-to-student ratio. Opportunities for teaching the generalization of skills in other settings and environments are available.
BEST (Building Essential Skills Together) This service provides targeted social and behavioral instruction with opportunities for teaching/facilitating the generalization of skills into other environments. Individualized environmental accommodations and structure are provided throughout the school day.