Date(s) - 04/14/2022
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
The staff at Sierra School of San Joaquin invites families of students with special needs to its spring open house. During the open house, families can learn more about the school’s programming and how it addresses the unique academic and social-emotional learning needs or behavioral challenges of each individual student. Additionally, faculty will be on site to participate in Q&A with families as well as provide tours of the school grounds.
Sierra School of San Joaquin is a California Department of Education-approved non-public school for students in grades K-12 (ages 5-22). The program provides intensive IEP support aimed at each child’s present levels of performance, social capabilities, motor coordination, and ability to learn in a group setting. It includes a transitional program for high school age students, serving both diploma and non-diploma bound individuals, designed to equip them with essential life skills and training.
Sierra School supports students with a variety of exceptionalities including emotional disabilities, autism spectrum disorders and intellectual developmental delays. It offers small class sizes, a high staff-to-student ratio, and a continuum of services and supports, including personalized academic instruction, occupational therapy and sensory integration, speech and language therapy, social and life skills training, and counseling. The building includes a sensory room, a transition room set up as an apartment to learn living skills, and smart boards for each classroom.