400 W. Harvard Ave
Roseburg, OR 97470
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- 9th House
- Library Media Aide
- Student Aide
- Pre-Teach
- Leadership
- Release Time (Religious Study)
- ELL 1
- ELL 2
- Step-Up

- Life Skills Math A

- Life Skills Math B

- Ramp-up to Algebra
- Language Arts Foundations
- Advanced Language Arts
- Language 1
- Language 2
- Standards Support

- Introduction to Pathways

-Career Exploration

- Connections B

- Developmental Learning Center (DLC)
- Pathways (18+)
- Success 9/10 and 11/12

Connections A

Length of Course: Semester

Pre-requisite: Teacher/IEP Team Recommendation

Credit: ½ Elective Credit

Course Overview: Designed for secondary students to learn how to improve their relationships with others. The lessons and activities teach basic social skills, help students to see themselves as others see them, and how to make behavior adjustments to meet our cultural expectations. This class begins with an exploration of our cultural “norms” and expected behaviors in all real-life situations. Social skills are presented in small sequential steps, activities; discussions, examples, and role-play are all used to aid students in learning these new skills. The topics covered are serious and important, however, humor and fun are always included whenever possible.

Last Updated: Thursday, 8 February, 2018 2:40 PM