Lower school students have both social skills class and health class once a week. Both content areas are taught using a variety of multisensory, experiential instructional techniques.
The social skills curriculum focuses on topics such as friendship, identifying emotions, listening skills, and social problem-solving. Social skills classes are taught by either the school counselor or the Dean of Students/Director of Student Life.
The health curriculum focuses on topics such as nutrition, personal hygiene, fitness, and dental health. Guest speakers are often utilized in health classes to talk about a variety of different health-related topics, thus bringing the content to life.
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