A Bay-Arenac ISD Program Serving High School/Young Adult Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities.
Bay-Arenac ISD Living and Learning Center - Bay Campus Special Education programs are designed to strengthen the educational, social, personal, and daily life skills of students with moderate and severe cognitive impairments and severe multiple impairments.
The goal at Bay-Arenac ISD Living and Learning Center - Bay Campus is for our students to become participating members of their community to the best of their abilities. To reach this goal our students work toward transition by following a curriculum that includes functional academics, leisure/ recreation, independent living, and community-based experiences.
This curriculum is structured to address each student's developmental level. All students work toward individualized goals as defined in their Individual Educational Plan (IEP). Parents and guardians are considered essential participants in their student's education.
Students are expected to:
Follow social rules
Listen and attend to classroom activities
Respect on another
Become as independent as possible
Bay-Arenac ISD Living and Learning Center - Bay Campus was established in 1999. This setting provides our students with a safe and healthy environment.
This facility has:
A commercial kitchen
A computer lab
A craft room
A multipurpose room
Easy access to public transit
Collaboration with community education and employment partners
LLC - Bay Campus
1435 W. Center Road
Essexville, MI 48732-2111
(989) 667-3205 Telephone
(989) 893-6001 Fax