Early Childhood Specials
The Boise School District Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) provides services to children 3-5 years old, who qualify for special education services. The program goals, curriculum and materials are developmentally appropriate and geared to the differing ability levels of each child. Children attending the ECSE classroom are provided a high quality program, and a safe and nurturing environment. This program promotes and integrates the cognitive, communication, physical, social, emotional, and self-help areas of development through classroom activities.
Extended Resource Room
Students with a variety of moderate-severe disabilities, including cognitive impairment or low cognitive profile, in grades K-12 receive the majority of their instruction in a setting outside the general education classroom. Instruction in pre-academic, basic academic, social and behavioral skills is provided on an individual and small-group basis. Students recommended for the ERR program based on the LRE process are included on a part-time basis in general education classes.
Structured Learning Center (SLC)
Students with autism K-12 who require a high degree of structure within their school program receive individual and small-group instruction in a setting outside of the general classroom. Instruction in pre-academic, academic, functional, communication, social, behavioral and independent living skills is provided on an individual and small-group basis. Students recommended for the SLC classroom based on the LRE process are included in general education classes and environments when appropriate.