The Secondary Life Skills Program is a small supportive class for students with Moderate to Severe Intellectual Disabilities and/or Autism. Students in this program have unique learning needs. Each student has an Individual Education Plan (IEP). Upon graduation, students are awarded a school leaving certificate. Class composition includes 1 teacher, and 2 support workers.
Placement: Students are appropriate referrals to the program when they meet the Ministry criteria for Moderate/Severe Intellectual Disabilities or Autism and have special learning needs that cannot be met in the regular classroom. Students across the District are referred to the Program by their School-Based Team which includes administrators, teachers and counsellors. Placements are decided by the Central Screening Committee of the Vancouver School Board.
For more information, visit the Vancouver School Board’s website at https://www.vsb.bc.ca/Student_Support/Learning_Support_Services/Pages/default.aspx for more details or contact Ms. R. Evans by calling the school at (604) 713-8233.