Special Education


Ms. Haverstrom

Ms. Hook

Ms. Mitchell

Ms. Yahnke

Ms. Kowalczyk


Students spend their mornings working toward academic goals and afternoons are spent working on thematic activities. Some of these activities are art projects, songs, sensory integration, science projects, and writing assignments. We hope that by having students participate in a variety of activities, it appeals to all the needs of our wonderful students. We have taken or will be taking some great field trips: Makutu's Island and the Phoenix Zoo.

 

Themes

 

August:

Families

Friendship-how to be a good friend

Self-awareness- taking care of ourselves, why we are special

 

September:

Johnny Appleseed/ apples

Colors

The Five Senses

 

October:

Spiders

Black Cats

Pumpkins/Harvest Party

 

November:

Oodles of Noodles

Turkeys

Thanksgiving

 

December:

Dinosaurs

Christmas Around the World: Hawaii, Germany, Mexico, United States

 

January:

Snowmen

Polar Bears

Penguins

Sea Animals (Whales, Seals, and other fish)

 

February:

Dental Health- why it is important to take care of our teeth, how to properly care for teeth

Valentine's Day

Friendship

Presidents

 

March:

Pigs

St. Patrick's Day

Dr. Seuss

Eggs

 

April:

Spring