Student Support


Learning Assistance Center                                                Level: Unleveled

#19714-Fall, #19724-Spring                                                  Credit: .5 (Semester)

The Learning Assistance Center is open to all students in Special Education grades 9, 10, 11 and 12, per Special Education Team decision.

Learning Assistance Center provides students with the tools and techniques they need to successfully access the curriculum and the ability to apply these strategies to new learning situations. The goal is help students learn and enhance their skills, integrate new knowledge with previous learning, learn independently, and apply skills and knowledge to both new and familiar situations. Students will learn organizational skills, study skills and time management through an executive function curriculum.


Unified Sports                                                                       Level: Unleveled

#06983                                                                                   Credit: 1.0 (Full-Year)         

Unified Sports is a service/learning opportunity that unites student athletes with and without disabilities while promoting physical health. Students will learn coaching and leaderships skills and eventually run activities for all participants. Students model appropriate PE behaviors and encourage good sportsmanship while interacting with PACE students. This class is also about awareness, acceptance and dignity. Unified Sports and those individuals involved must be dedicated to promoting social inclusion through athletics and competition experiences. Our motto, “Training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding.”


Peer Leaders                                                                         Level: Unleveled

#19994                                                                                    Credit: 1.0 (Full-Year)

Open to interested students in grades 10, 11 and 12, with approval.

Peer Leaders is a service/learning opportunity that offers students the chance to work hands-on in a substantially separate setting with peers who have disabilities. Students will be expected to work in the classroom, promote social interaction, model appropriate behavior and serve as a peer mentor and friend. Students will learn the importance of confidentiality, awareness, acceptance and respect for all students. Course can be taken multiple times.