The TEACH students will consistently showcase appropriate behavior in varying environments, to successfully implement school wide routines, transitions, and procedures that promote individual learning and growth within the community.
Students will improve overall independence through the development of social communication, academic, functional, life and vocational skills and effectively communicate their educational and social needs. This will be accomplished by providing various learning opportunities through an individualized skill-based, systematic educational experience and uniquely-tailored behavioral support plans.
All students will become positive members of the community while managing their daily life activities and learning to collaborate with others. Students’ achievements and success will be accomplished through a differentiated educational experience which includes exposure to the arts, vocational training, and a strategic learning approach.