Established in 1948, our school has a well-earned reputation for outstanding education, evaluation and treatment services for children from early childhood to adulthood with a broad range of mild to severe disabilities, including speech/language delays, physical disabilities, and intellectual disability.
CLC offers a warm, welcoming environment for all students and their families. Family members are strongly encouraged to become an integral part of the school by assisting with special events and participating in school functions.
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WHY CHOOSE CLC?
• CLC has a strong commitment to serving the entire family. Family meetings, tours, special events, and social work services are available and designed to support the family network. A truly caring staff of special education teachers, clinicians, other professionals and support staff are ready to assist in every way possible.
• In addition to CLC’s focused learning environments , CLC implements several different curriculums/programs such as: Social Emotional Learning, MOVE, WIlson Fundations and Reading Systems, Touch Math, Pre-Vocational Training, Therapy in Education and Unique Learning System.
• MOVE is an activity-based program which combines the students’ present abilities with motivational activities to help the students improve their mobility skills of sitting, standing, malking and transitioning leading to improved independence, dignity, overall health and inclusion of the student into the community. CLC is the place to MOVE.
• Dedicated, skillful and caring faculty involved with your children in the school as well as in collaborative team meetings to ensure carryover of IEP Goals.
• Wonderful social activities through electives, such as boy and girl scouts and chorus.
• Adapted outdoor playground, pool and musical garden.
We Provide the Highest Quality Services to the Children and Adults in our Agency.
It is difficult to comprehend how much our world has changed since March of 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our students, their families, our staff and our schools in ways many of us have yet to fully understand. At these unprecedented times, we must reflect on the end of the 2019-20 school year to learn from our decisions to help inform our actions for the year ahead. There is no doubt that the 2020-21 school year will provide its own set of unique challenges. It is our goal to utilize this document to prepare our staff, students, families and partner Counties and School Districts for the wide variety of situations that we may face in the year ahead.