Low Incidence Programs


Supportive programs for elementary and secondary students with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities and/or Autism

Elementary Autism Resource

Autism programs provide a small supportive setting for students with a diagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder (G) who demonstrate significant behavioural and/or communication challenges.

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Elementary Life Skills

The Elementary Life Skills Program is a small supportive class for students grades 4 to 7 with significant medical and/or personal care challenges and Intellectual Disabilities. Each student has an Individual Education Plan (IEP) and works at his/her own level on a modified curriculum.

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Secondary Autism Resource

The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is a Secondary program to support students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder who are working towards a Dogwood Certificate. The focus of the program is to support students with social thinking curriculum and executive functioning.

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Secondary Learning Assistance/Life Skills

The Secondary Learning Assistance/Life Skills (LA/LS) Programs are designed for students with Mild to Moderate Intellectual Disabilities (C, D, G,K). All aspects of the curriculum are modified. The students earn an Evergreen certificate upon school leaving.

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Secondary Life Skills

The Secondary Life Skills Programs are small supportive classes for students in grades 8 to 12 with Autism, Physical Disabilities, Deaf/Blind, Chronic Health and who have a Moderate to Severe /Profound Intellectual Disability. Students in this program earn an Evergreen certificate upon school leaving.

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Secondary Transition - Grade 13

This is a pilot program designed to support student’s transition to adult life. The program is a full time community based program with an emphasis on employment, community inclusion, and life skills that are meaningful and related to the individual needs of each student.

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Secondary Transitions Planning

The Transition Team offers two programs at this time for students in their final year of high school: Gateway to Post-Secondary (GPS) and Gateway to Employment (GTE)

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