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12:1+1 Program


 

8:1+1 Programs

Campus Based

The Campus Based Alternative 8:1:1 program is a special education program for youth ages 15 to 18, who are identified as having a disability and consistently demonstrate very intense management needs. The students attending this program have a history of unsuccessful special education placements in the district based 8:1:1 classrooms and/or residential placements. The program shifts it focus away from the typical academic instruction and aims to teach self-management of behaviors, while still allowing students an opportunity to receive credit for their academic work. If appropriate, students can also enroll in one of the vocational programs that are offered at the BOCES center. The classroom is supported with multiple teacher aides, a school social worker, crisis interventionist, and a special education teacher.
 
The scope of services is to:

  • Provide academic instruction based on students’ Individualized Educational Plans.

  • Provide students with the opportunity to receive vocational training.

  • Provide individualized counseling that includes individual and group counseling.

  • Develop and implement Behavior Management Plans for students.

  • Manage student IEPs and update psychological testing, as needed.

  • Assist parents in maximizing their resources through strength-based, wrap-around interventions.

  • Provide related services such as speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.

  • Provide nursing services, including administering medication and overseeing students’ health-related needs at school.
     

District Based

The District Based 8:1:1 classrooms are for students with intense instructional and management needs. Special education teachers, in concert with school psychologists, social workers, and crisis interventionists, provide highly individualized approaches to academic programs and behavior modification. These classes are located in general education buildings in our component districts and serve students in Grades K-12.
 
The scope of services is to:
 

  • Provide students with the opportunity to receive academics in the regular education class that is supported by the 8:1:1 staff, as appropriate.

  • Support regular education teachers and building personnel in best practices to work with a student enrolled in the 8:1:1 class.

  • Individualize instruction in the 8:1:1 classroom based on students’ Individualized Education Plans.

  • Provide student-specific counseling that includes individual and group sessions.

  • Develop and implement Behavior Management Plans for students.

  • Manage students IEPs and update psychological testing, as needed.

  • Assist parents in maximizing their resources through strength-based, wrap-around interventions.

  • Provide related services that may include speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.

 


 

6:1+1 Program


 

12:1 Community Experience Program at CCC

The 12:1+1 Community Experience Classes, located at Cayuga Community College and a local high school, provide young adults with disabilities (ages 18 to 21) individualized education that focuses on successful community integration. In classroom and community settings, students are taught foundation skills and competencies needed to pursue their post-secondary goals. Emphasis is placed on employment, independent living, and self-advocacy. Students enrolled in these classes are pursuing a New York State Regents-endorsed Career Development and Occupational Studies Commencement Credential or a Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential.


 

15:1 Career Tech Programs


 

Extended School Year




 

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Christopher J. Todd, Interim District Superintendent
Mark Vivacqua, Chief Operating Officer

1879 West Genesee Street Rd.
Auburn, NY 13021
Phone: (315) 253-0361
www.cayboces.org







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