High School SALT Services and Support
Our SALT Services are designed to work with students with a diagnosed disability who are on track to earn a diploma throughout their high school education and prepare for post-secondary educational/career options, as well as with students with moderate to severe disabilities who need moderate to high interventions and supports. Students are integrated into general education classrooms and the school’s extracurricular activities. Students also receive specific instruction in subject areas based on their needs.
Our comprehensive programming includes educational support services, inclusion services, and personalized supports. Our support services team partners with parents and staff in providing individualized support and instruction to students with unique learning needs.
Our highly-trained, caring team provides:
- Support for students who struggle with various academic learning challenges
- Early reading and math intervention
- Support for students with Learning Disabilities (LD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Intellectual Disabilities (ID), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), Speech and Language Impairments (SLI), Physical Impairments, and other challenges
- Support for students with social/emotional needs that affect learning, behavior and relationships in the school environment