- Learning occurs in both the classroom and community setting.
- Students have the opportunity to participate in college courses, job sites, and community trips that will prepare them for the adult world.
- Independent living skills are addressed through the curriculum that will increase the student’s independence.
- Student schedules are built around the student’s IEP transition plan.
- A weekly schedule is sent home so both the students and parents are able to prepare for each day of the week.
- Student and family input and participation is essential!
- Parents may need to complete permission slips and provide authorization so students can access different services.
- The student is expected to come to work and school ready to learn, dressed for work, and to be out in the community. Business casual is recommended.
STEP ensures that each student has the necessary tools and community supports to succeed in the future. We model and teach integrity, respect, creativity, and accountability to prepare each student to reach their full potential. In partnership with students and their families, bridges are built between school and the community that allow for smooth and successful transitions for students with disabilities. These partnerships are essential in providing our students’ vocational, emotional, independent, and functional living skills necessary to be successful, respectful, and honest members of society.