Moderate Cognitive Impaired Classrooms
The Bay-Arenac ISD developmental classroom programs serve students with Moderate Cognitive Disabilities. They are designed to strengthen the educational, social and self-help skills of students.
The primary goal of these classrooms is skill acquisition. These skills range from reading, writing and math to participation in activities that encourage the further development of sensory, gross motor, fine motor and communication skills.
The 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 child's education.
Students are expected to:
- Follow school rules
- Listen and attend to classroom activities
- Respect each other
- Become as independent as possible
Developmental classrooms are housed within a regular school setting and have been in operation for over 30 years. This classroom setting provides our students with a safe, healthy, age appropriate environment.