• SUPPORT PROGRAMS

    THE SAIL PROGRAM  (Strategies for Adult Independent Living)

    These courses provide students with an understanding of how the community, the job site and the home function.  It enables students to engage in activities to further their skills and knowledge in order to function independently at home, on the job and in the community.  Administrative approval is required for admission.

    HOME AND LIFE SAIL 1:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12

    HOME AND LIFE SAIL 2:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12   

    HOME AND LIFE SAIL 3:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12               

    HOME AND LIFE SAIL 4:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12                               

    HOME AND LIFE SAIL 5:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12                                 

    HOME AND LIFE SAIL 6:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12                               

    ENGLISH/SOCIAL STUDIES SAIL 1:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12               

    ENGLISH/SOCIAL STUDIES SAIL 2:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12               

    MATH SAIL 1:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12                                                   

    MATH SAIL 2:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12                                                   

    SCIENCE SAIL 1:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12                                             

    SCIENCE SAIL 2:  Full year—1 credit, Grades 9-12                                             

    ENGLISH/MATH SAIL 3:   Full year—1 credit, Grades 11,12   

    SAIL ART:  Half year—.5 credit, Grades 9-12                                                                                                

    SAIL HEALTH:  Half year—.5 credit, Grades 9-12                                                                                       

    SAIL PHYSICAL EDUCATION:  Full year—.5 credit, Grades 9-12   

    SAIL ADAPTIVE MOVEMENT:  Full year—.5 credit, Grades 9-12                                     

    GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE

    These courses in combination meet as a three period block in the afternoon and may be scheduled for students during both their junior and senior years.  These courses provide students with experience in a variety of work-related activities in order to develop pre-vocational and social skills related to work.  The activities may be performed in several occupational areas in the community and would require varying levels of supervision.  These courses are intended to satisfy the state requirement for two credits necessary to earn a Regents CDOS Credential.  Administrative approval is required for admission.

    GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE 1:  Full year - 1 credit, Grades 11,12

    GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE 2:  Full year - 1 credit, Grades 11,12

    ACADEMIC SUPPORT WORK EXPERIENCE:  Full year - Grades 11,12 

    LEARNING STRATEGIES PROGRAM

    LEARNING LAB: 0 Credit, Grades 9-12

    Learning Lab meets on alternate days and is scheduled in lieu of a study hall.  The recommendation of a learning facilitator is required for enrollment.