Coolidge Center

Coolidge's Autistically Impaired center program has 4 classrooms ranging from grades one through four, organized by student grade level, servicing students with autism certifications. We have a team room staffed with a teacher and paraprofessional support to provide assistance with behavior, small group instruction, support with mainstreaming and inclusion students, and gross motor break opportunities, as appropriate for each student.

Each student's goals are individually modified to access the curriculum.
Throughout all our learning experiences, communication remains our central focus. Learning experiences range from one on one, hands-on, and group lessons. Our program also participates in community based instruction activities to enhance social skills, promote appropriate social behavior, and utilize functional life skills in the community.

All Center students are encouraged to participate and join all extracurricular activities, after school events, and outings with the Coolidge community.

Ancillary services are available to our students as recommended by each individual student's IEPC. These services include, but are not limited to: occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, social work, and psychological consult services.