Learning Support services at the high school are available for students who:

  • have been evaluated for special education and determined to be in need of an Individual Education Program (IEP)
  • have been recommended for assignment to the Learning Support Program, Autism Support Program, and/or Neurological Impairment Support Program.

Although the program is individualized to address a student’s strengths and needs, these services fall into these general categories:

- Learning Strategies/Support classessmall group instruction for areas as listed on the individual IEP to support the regular education curriculum. 

 - Collaborative classes – classes taught in the regular education environment with a regular educator teaming with the learning support staff to deliver instruction following a regular education curriculum.

- Replacement classes – classes taught in the learning support classroom in the areas of Math, English, Social Studies, and Science following a modified regular education curriculum.

In addition…

  • Related services (including Neurological Impairment and Autism support services) as determined by the IEP team are also provided during the course of the school day.
  • Transition planning is a major part of the high school IEP to direct the individual program toward the student’s intended plans following high school graduation.
  • Other special education programs are provided through the Lincoln Intermediate Unit #12.
  • Any questions about any of these services can be directed to the district Director of Special Education, support faculty, the student’s guidance counselor, or a high school administrator.

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