|May 17, 2013 |
The Wyoming Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction has been asked to write a report on the status of all schools in the state. As part of this report they are collecting input from educators, parents and the community. You thoughts and feedback are essential to this process and could be extremely helpful to the development of future educational policy. Please take a few minutes to respond.
Below are links to the three different surveys: Educator, Parent, and Community Member. Please fill out the survey(s) most applicable to you.
Adaptive Living Skills
LCSD1 Special Services believes that all students can learn and that all students should be treated with dignity and respect. The purpose of Programs for Adaptive Learning Skills (PALS) is to provide specialized individual instruction, maximized student learning, and a variety of educational opportunities for students with identified significant needs. Some students may need the specialized approach offered by this more restrictive setting.
Services may include:
- Academic skills.
- Communication skills.
- Social skills.
- Independent living skills.
- Recreational and leisure time skills.
- Prevocational/vocational training.
Programs for Adaptive Living Skills (PALS) – are located at select elementary and secondary schools.
Community Living Access Skills (CLAS) - is a transition program for older students with more involved disabilities. Located at 1805 E. 19th St., it provides an environment more age-appropriate to that of their peers who have graduated from high school.