Most students enrolled have a primary eligibility of cognitive disability, physical disability, specific learning disability, health disability, developmental delay, autism, traumatic brain injury, or multiple disabilities. The program is designed to prepare students and their families for life after school, and thereby devotes a portion of time to community and supervised work experiences and recreational activities that equip each person to better understand their gifts and needs after graduation.
Each student has an Individual Educational Plan (IEP) that focuses on preparing the student to live, work, and socialize within the community. While the Crossroads Program offers a full curriculum for all levels, each plan is tailored to meet the specific needs of the student.
Specialized curricular opportunities for Crossroads students include transition-related courses such as the following: Domestics, Recreation and Leisure, Social Skills, Community Living, and Personal Health.
In addition, Crossroads is committed to providing students at all levels with exposure to work related experiences. Examples of these opportunities are:
Our summer session is an extension of the regular school year that provides needed continuity for our students. It runs full days, five days per week, for six weeks. Related services are delivered as they were during the regular school year.
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