ASD Center

Our ASD Center is split into three classrooms: primary, taught by Mrs. Treichler, Ms. Sullivan, and Mrs. Loebig. These classrooms are divided by age and types of supports that our students benefit from. Though they are in separate rooms, we regularly bring all of our students in the center together for special events, which fosters a sense of continuity and camaraderie between classrooms.

Having a center program means that we are able to provide our students with more individualized and intensive academic, social skills, and communication instruction. With our team of paras, teachers, and interventionists, we are able to focus on scaffolding our students' learning, ensuring that they are successful in accessing the general education curriculum and engaging with peers throughout the building.

Having access to many interventions, our program is able to access students frame of knowledge, no matter where they are academically. With these interventions, they are prepared for inclusion as they progress throughout their educational journey.

At the end of a long day of learning, students have the opportunity to explore some of their interests, like architecture!
All of our students' individual ways of communicating and responding to their world are honored. One art-loving student demonstrated their comprehension of the story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with this drawing.
Visuals are our best friends here in the ASD Center! We have visuals such as first/then boards, token boards, visual schedules, and social stories!