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Individualized Instruction is a unique and truly inspiring program and was established by the Diocese of Scranton in 1988. The program challenges students with exceptionalities to become the best person they can be and to expose them to a life outside a special education classroom. Students are provided with an individualized curriculum that covers academics, spiritual development, social interactions, physical development, pre-vocational education and functional life skills. This program strives to build a community in which students can develop self-worth and a respect for each other’s uniqueness and God given talents.  We welcome the change to arrange a tour for your family, giving you the opportunity to meet the dedicated faculty and to learn more about how this innovative program might be a great fit for your student.

This week, some of the Individualized Instruction students completed research project presentations, and shared their findings with their peers by using the technology in the GSA Discovery Room. Students had an opportunity to utilize the computer literacy skills that they are practicing in their adapted computer class in order to create a slideshow presentation. Thank you to Mrs. James, our computer teacher, and Mr. Singh, who installed the Discovery Room's technology, for helping to make these presentations a success!

To keep out the cold temperatures, the Individualized Instruction classes completed a Hot Chocolate Sink or Float S.T.R.E.A.M. experiment. We found that peppermints and gumdrops sank to the bottom, while marshmallows floated on top. ❄️Happy Frozen Fri-yay! ❄️

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