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 Heather Dana Lozano Level I Class (13-15 yrs) Heather Lozano 

Syllabus
Students who enter Cajon High School are enrolled into the Level I class for the first 1-2 years or for an assessment period. This class is a campus-based program, designed to meet the needs of new or less independent students. This class focuses on the Basics3 Framework Curriculum, including functional academics, social skills, on campus beginning vocational skills, and mobility skills in the community. The Level I class is designed to access the community 1 day a week for community based outings. Students remain in this class until the IEP team determines that they are ready to move into the Level II program.
   
 Monica Enriquez   Level II class (15-17yrs) Monica Enriquez 

Syllabus
The Level II class is a campus-based class, continuing to focus on the Basics3 Framework Curriculum, including functional academics, social skills, on campus vocational skills, mobility skills and a beginning level off-campus volunteer/work experience training site in the community. The students attend the Level II class for the next 1 to 2 years. The expectations at this level focus on higher independent skills, cooperation, and individual responsibility. The Level II class is designed to access the community 1 to 2 days a week (1 morning for volunteer/work experience and 1 day for community awareness based outings). Students remain in this class until the IEP team determines that they are ready to move into the Level III program.
   
 Diane Stanley   Level III class (17-18yrs) Diane Stanley

Syllabus
The Level III class is a campus-based class, continuing to focus on the Basics3 Framework Curriculum, including functional academics, social skills, on campus vocational skills, mobility skills and a beginning level off-campus volunteer/work experience training site in the community. The students attend the Level III class for the next 1 to 2 years. The expectations at this level focus on higher independent skills, cooperation, and individual responsibility. The Level III class is designed to access the community 2 to 3 days a week (1 morning for volunteer/work experience and 1 or 2 days for community awareness based outings). Students remain in this class until the IEP team determines that they are ready to move into the Level IV program.
   
   Level IV Class (18-20) Brian Thies 

Syllabus
The Level IV class is a campus-based/community-based class, shifting focus to incorporate more off-campus vocational training and independence. The Level IV class continues focus on The Basics3 Framework Curriculum and basic functional academics as it applies more to the expectations of the community. Students experience an increase of on-campus responsibilities working with Cajon High School staff. Students begin working at community sites, which offer support and structure required for successful beginning-level job training. The Level IV class is designed to access the community 3 days a week (1 day volunteer work experience, 1 day paid work experience and 1 day vocational or community awareness based outings). Students remain in this class until the IEP team determines that they ready to move into the Level V program.
   
 Stephanie Castillo  Level V Class (20-22) Stephanie Castillo 

Syllabus
The Level V class continues The Basics3  Framework Curriculum with much more emphasis on application of skills to the community. At this level, the program is more community-based with less dependence on the school campus and more involvement with the natural expectations and responsibilities found in the community. This level is preparing students for work after they graduate. The Level V class is designed to access the community 4 days a week (2 days paid work experience, 1 day volunteer experience and 1 day vocational or community awareness based outings). Students are introduced to post-school outcomes, which may include the SBCUSD WORC program.
   

 

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