Special Education District Link:
Click here to email the technology department if you have issues with technology (devices, online tools, user name, etc). Technology Support
Welcome to Mrs. Encarnacion’s Distance Learning Classroom from now until April 30th. Please use Google Classroom for your online learning.
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org, Aeries, Google Classroom, text/call.
Contact Virtual Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Students will submit Work on Google Classroom.
Assessments will take place... TBD.
Grades will be communicated through Aereis and/or Google Classroom.
- Speech and Language Services: Please see Mrs. Woolery's Class Page for speech services, assignments and contact information.
- Occupational Therapy Services: Mrs. Park will be availble by email and virtual office hours from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. email@example.com . Families can access OT related services though the Special Education district website. Virtual Learning services will beging 4/13/2020.
- Adapted PE Services: Mrs. Byrnes is working with the Adapted PE deparment to post lessons on the Special Education district website. Virtual Learning services will begin on 4/6/2020. She can be contacted via Zoom, Google Meet or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Her virtual office hours are 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- Assistive Technology: TBD.
Welcome to Mrs. Encarnacion's Adult Transition Class Website
GOALS FOR THE DON LUGO ADULT TRANSITION PROGRAM
The goal of the program is to provide a functional curriculum to help students with learning disabilities transition successfully from high school to supportive employment, competitive employment or college. The program curriculum consists of functional academics, vocational development and independent living skills for students who are not on a diploma track.
The program is not:
A program for students with serious behavioral needs.
A program for students with serious health needs.
A program for students who require a one-on-one aide.
A credit recovery program for students on an academic track.
The target population is students who have completed 9th through 12th grade, graduated with an honorary diploma and would like to continue their education in an adult program.
Students admitted into the program must already possess some degree of independent functioning, appropriate behaviors, social competence, and health that does not prohibit them from participating in off-campus enclaves and outings. The students must also have the desire to continue their education and work in the community to gain the skills that will help them become successful, independent adults.
Students participating in the program may continue their adult education until the age of 22 and will receive an honorary “Certificate of Achievement” upon completion.
Functional Communication: Reading menus, bus schedules, job applications, and the Internet to access specific information; Social Activities to build communication skills; Coping/Problem Solving Skills; Practice appropriate social skills and build self-esteem
Functional Math: Money and Shopping Skills (e.g. counting money, using a calculator, shopping with a budget, making change, price comparisons, calculating tax and tip); Personal and/or Household Budgeting; Banking (balancing checkbook)
Functional Vocation: Independent work skills; Follow and retain instructions; Punctuality and attendance; Interpersonal skills; Work attitude; Job application and interviewing; Career exploration; Participation in Workability; Enclaves/Volunteer, on-the-job opportunities; Personal Hygiene and Grooming
Functional Self-Help: Community: Access public transportation independently; Use maps to arrive at points of destinations; General Shopping; Restaurant use; Attending community events; Using community services, Accessing community agencies; Recreation / Leisure: individual and group community activities, individual and activities at home, individual and group school activities; Domestic: eating and food preparation, relationships with others, time management and scheduling, household / outdoor maintenance, money management, personal hygiene (dressing, grooming), nutrition, simple first aid and health
Don Antonio Lugo High School Shanette Encarnacion, Special Education Teacher13400 Pipeline Avenue Irene Hensley, Paraprofessional
Chino, California 91710 Sarah Burgess, Paraprofessional909.591.3902, ext. 4818