Specialized Programs

Achievement: Individualized & Meaningful (AIM Program)

The AIM Program is designed for students that need to access specialized instruction in academic and functional skill areas for more than half of the educational day. The intent is to provide appropriately targeted instruction in a context that allows students to make meaningful progress with peers that share similar educational needs in specific academic and functional skills. The students who access this program are typically eligible for special education due to a developmental cognitive disability, autism spectrum disorder, or traumatic brain injury. The elementary AIM program is located at Lindbergh Elementary, with parallel programs in the Middle School and High School.

Academic Behavioral Learning Environment (ABLE Program)

The ABLE Program is designed for students that need to access specialized instruction for academic and behavioral skills for more than half of the educational day. The intent is to provide meaningful positive feedback, instruction in behavioral skills, and re-direction when needed so that students can learn behaviors that increase their access to academic instruction within the ABLE classroom, as well as in the general education setting, as appropriate. The ABLE program for elementary students is located at Lindbergh Elementary.