Help the Special Needs Program:
to Redlands High School for some students is just another job, the
RHS Terrier football players realize this is an opportunity. The
Redlands Football program sets aside time every Wednesday for the
Redlands High School Special Day Classes where these classmate may
have a learning disability the Football Players donate their time
to make sure these students are not alone and will do whatever it
takes to help the class achieve their goals.
Here are the
classes that the Football Players at RHS Help with:
DAY CLASSES provide services to students who have more intensive
needs. Students are assigned for a majority of the school day in
special day classes and are grouped according to similar instructional
needs. Special Day Class teachers work cooperatively with general
classroom teachers and IEP personnel, helping identify, assess,
and plan programs for students with exceptional needs, as well as
providing classroom instruction. Students in SDC programs access
core curricula, tied to state standards. Some programs focus on
state standards tied to life-skills.
special day classes are designed to meet the needs of students with
mild to moderate disabilities, as well as others to meet severe
needs. Redlands USD is committed to providing each of our students
with as many opportunities in the regular education setting as is
programs provide instructional services to students who require
special education services for less than half of their school day.
Students are assigned to general classroom teachers for the majority
of the school day. Students receive resource specialist services
as determined by the IEP team.
students with speech and language disabilities are generally provided
in a pull-out program, where a licensed speech pathologist works
with the student on those skills targeted on his/her IEP as well
as closely with the child’s regular teacher to ensure that
those skills are practiced in the regular classroom.
Education Preschool – Small Wonders
to children from ages three through five, the Small WOnDERS program
provides coordinated services to students through a language-based
curriculum with developmentally appropriate activities. The general
education curriculum is modified according to the student's IEP.
Opportunities for interaction with typical peers are provided, and
are determined by the IEP team.
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