Satellite Classes

Elementary/Intermediate

Elementary Severely Handicapped
School School District Phone
Claudia Landeen School Lincoln USD (209) 953-8660
Colonial Heights School Lincoln USD (209) 953-8783
George McParland Elementary Manteca USD (209) 858-7290
John R. Williams School Lincoln USD (209) 953-8921
Lincoln Elementary Manteca USD (209) 858-7320
McKinley Elementary Tracy USD (209) 830-3319
Nile Garden Elementary Manteca USD (209) 858-7370
Sebastian Questa Elementary Lammersville Elementary (209) 826-7230
Stella Brockman Elementary Manteca USD (209) 58-7200
Veritas Elementary Manteca USD (209) 858-7390
Waverly School Linden USD (209) 931-0735

Classes emphasize functional skills curriculum particularly in areas of communication, academics, independent living, social/adaptive skills and beginning vocational training. All classes use community based instruction as well as integration on the regular campus.

Intermediate/Jr. High Severely Handicapped

School School District Phone
Colonial Heights School Lincoln USD (209) 953-8783
Great Valley Elementary Manteca USD (209) 468-5562
Lincoln Elementary Tracy USD (209) 858-7320
Monte Vista Middle School Manteca USD (209) 830-3340
Sebastian Questa Elementary Lammersville Elem (209) 836-7230
Stella Brockman Elementary Manteca USD (209) 858-7200
Waverly School Linden USD (209) 931-0735

Classes offer similar curriculum to the elementary classes although social/adaptive skills and vocational training begin to take on a greater role. Generally academic skill training focuses on survival type skills. Community based instruction and regular campus integration continue.

High School Severely Handicapped

School School District Phone
East Union High School Manteca USD (2 classes) (209) 858-7270
Escalon High School Escalon USD (209) 838-7073
Manteca High School Manteca USD (209) 858-7340

Classes are designed to provide vocational education and instruction on independent living skills while in an environment suitable for social mainstreaming. Some students are mainstreamed for appropriate activities (physical education, etc.). Materials are functional and realistic. Reading is emphasized for functional skills/survival – community signs, job forms, etc.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Total Communication:

School School District Grades Phone
Stella Brockman Manteca USD Pre-K – 8 (209) 858-7200
Sierra High School Manteca USD 9 – 12 (209) 858-7410

Aural/Oral:

School School District Grades Phone
Stella Brockman Manteca USD Pre-K (209) 858-7200

Both the Total Communication and the Aural/Oral Only classes follow developmental model and regular core curriculum with appropriate modifications as well as adaptive/assistive devices to enhance learning. Overall emphasis is on communication and language development. Students are mainstreamed at grade level with classroom staff support as appropriate. At the preschool level, parent education and partnership is facilitated through regular home visits.

The Aural/Oral Pre-K class uses both general ed. preschool and DHH Aural/Oral specific curriculum. This class focuses specifically on intensive, daily, speech, language and listening skill development, without the use of sign language.

Orthopedically Handicapped

School School District Phone
Neil Hafley Elementary School Manteca USD (209) 858-7215
Sierra High School Manteca USD (209) 858-7410

Emphasis is on the regular core curriculum. Materials and instructional methodologies are modified as appropriate to meet individual student needs. Students are mainstreamed at appropriate grade levels with classroom staff support. Assistive devices, environmental controls and adapted physical education support the daily program.

Specialized Program-Autism

School School District Grades Phone
Jacobson Elementary Tracy USD K-1, 2-4, 4-7 (3 classes) (209) 830-3315
Joshua Cowell Elementary Manteca USD K-3, 4-6 (2 classes) (209) 858-7310
Colonial Heights Elementary Manteca USD K-3 (209)953-8783
Nile Garden Jefferson Elem K-3 (209) 858-7370
Lathrop Elementary Manteca USD K-3 (209) 858-7250

Classes emphasize individual programming using principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), methodologies such as discrete trial training (DTT), and structured teaching strategies. Classes implement community-based instruction as well as integration into general education as appropriate.

Redwood Thurber House Redwood School 292.2900

Classes emphasize individual programming using methodologies such as discrete trial, Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication-Handicapped Children (TEACCH), and Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) in a functionally based curriculum. Classes use community based instruction as well as integration into the general education curriculum as appropriate. Emphasis is on vocational and independent living skills with a community based approach.