"There are no secrets to success.
It is the result of preparation, hard work, learning from failure."
P233Q MISSION/VISION STATEMENT
The mission of P233Q is to provide rigorous and relevant instruction to our diversified community of learners. Effective communication skills are a core piece of what is emphasized and taught both in and out of the classroom. Students are encouraged to have high expectations, set personal goals, take ownership of learning, and act as responsible citizens in their home and school communities.
P233Q uses a cohesive curriculum that is Standards based and supports both literacy and math across content areas. The curriculum uses thematic, multisensory, and project based activities to promote goal oriented and active participation for all learners. To enhance the quality of instruction, students learn functional life skills given practical training in a variety of job site experiences.
Students are respected as valued members of the learning community. As such, they are encouraged to express themselves in a socially appropriate manner. Students unable to express themselves in a conventional way are taught how to use an alternate means of communication.
The school community is committed to the use of established and unified data collection systems to assess student learning and make informed decisions with regard to individual goals, academics, self advocacy, social-emotional skills, and post secondary placement.
Parents are a vital part of the educational process and as such are encouraged to partake in decision making for their child and the school community at large.
TECHNOLOGY MISSION STATEMENT
Our technology mission is to provide students with disabilities full access to rich language and literacy experiences through the effective use of high and low technology tools.
We bring together diverse media (text, sound, pictures and video), strive to draw upon children’s natural impulses and expand the range of all learning experiences.