Special Ed. Inclusion = US History/World Geo./World History/Biology/Math /Eng. I - Eng. IV  

Career Awareness :  This course provides students with knowledge of the prerequisite skills for general employment as well as the means of obtaining those skills.  Employability skills include fundamental of maintenance of personal appearance and grooming. The course also includes the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that allow employees to get along with their co-workers, make important work-related decisions, and become strong members of the work team. Discovering job possibilities that link skills, abilities, interests, values, needs, and work environment preferences is a part of the process of obtaining employability skills and abilities and is experiential learning that takes place over time.

English Success:  

All assignments will be given as needed to reinforce learning of the material and will be modified and tailored towards every student's Individual Educational Plan. Major assignments will be weighted at 60% and Minor assignments will be weighted at 40%. All assignments however, will be graded based on the student's performance, effort and participation.