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    Name:  Safiyyah Johnson
    Subjects / Classes Taught: CBT Teacher / Sponsor for the SMHS Step Team
    Degree(s): B.A, M.A.Ed
    Email:sjohnson2@phoenixunion.org
    602-764-5000 ext 45131 

     

    Plan for Success

    CBT 

    (Community Based Skills)

    South Mountain High School – Grades 9-12

    Ms. Johnson - ESS teacher - Room 112

    sjohnson2@phoenixunion.org

    602-764-5000 ext 45131

     

    KKIS hours 7:30-8:00 & 3:00-3:30

     

    Course Goals/Objectives 
     
    The goal of the community based training program is to prepare students with moderate, severe, and multiple handicap to function as independently and productively as possible in their present and future domestic, school, vocational, recreational and community environments. Students should be allowed to acquire and practice these critical/functional skills in the natural environment where these skills are required to be used.
     

     

     Major Student Activities
     
     

    1. Develop ability to care for personal needs and possessions.
    2. Develop household maintenance skills.
    3. Develop food preparations skills.
    4. Work and/or volunteer in a variety of community businesses and organizations.
    5. Engage in age appropriate leisure activities.
    6. Improve social, behavioral, functional academic and language skills.
     
     
    1. Grooming, clothing and personal care hygiene and eating skills, etc.
    2. Laundry, setting, clearing and washing a table, sweeping, mopping, washing drying and putting away dishes, straightening rooms, etc. 3. Planning and preparing food items and meals, using kitchen utensils and appliances.
    4. Clerical, food service, housekeeping maintenance, etc.
    5. Appropriate work behaviors.
    6. Travel skills, use of neighborhood and city facilities and services.
    7. Board and card games, arts and crafts, music, physical conditioning and sports.
    8. Appropriate manners, Social interactions, behavior, sight words, money skills, time skills, math skills, personal information and commination skills.
     
     
     

     Assessments

    1. Pre/post testing
    2. Reading-Free Vocational Interest Inventory.
    3. Data collection on IEP objectives.
    4. AIMS A / ASAT
     

    Tutoring 


    Academic tutoring and test preparation is available to all students. Additional support for passing classes and graduating on time is the intent of these services. Support through Title I funding is available in the areas of: math, reading and English.  Information on adherence to deadlines; and how a student may make up work missed as a result of absence. Included here may be a reminder of the KKIS period and any other special resources available to students to assist in making up work. Attendance:“Absent” is defined as nonattendance in an assigned class or activity for more than one-half of the period. (PUHSD Governing Board Policy J-1561 JHR) “Tardy” is defined as not being in the assigned class or activity when the tardy bell has finished ringing. (PUHSD Governing Board Policy J-1561 JHR)
     
     
     
    Parent/Guardian Signature______________________________________
     
    Student Signature_____________________________________________

     

     

    Grading System

    Class work  - 30%

    Performance (Participation) - 30%

    Tests - 10%

    Responsibility - 30%

     

    Grading:

    Daily participation and worksheets will make up most of the assignments. There will be daily discussions and assignments the students are required to participate in or write about.

    The grading scale is as follows:

    Grading Scale:

    100 –  90         =         A

    89  -    80         =         B

    79  -    70         =         C

    69  -    60         =         D

    Below 60        =          F

            

                                  SUGGESTED DAILY & WEEKLY SCHEDULE

    Period 

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Period 1 8:00-8:20am

     Breakfast

     Breakfast

     Breakfast

     Breakfast

     FUN DAY/ MOVIE

    Period 1 8:20-8:50am

     Math

     Math

     Math

     Math

     FUN DAY/ MOVIE

    Period 2 8:55-9:45am

     Writing

     Writing         

     Writing

     Writing

     FUN DAY/ MOVIE

    Period 3 9:50-10:40am.

    People P.E.

    People P.E.

    People P.E.

    People P.E.

     FUN DAY/ MOVIE

    Period 4 10:45-11:35am

     Reading

     Reading

     Reading

     Reading

     FUN DAY/ MOVIE

    Period 5 11:40-12:25pm

     Advisory

     Advisory

     Advisory

     Advisory

     FUN DAY/ MOVIE

    Period 6 12:30-1:15pm

     Lunch

     Lunch

     Lunch

     Lunch

     FUN DAY/ MOVIE

    Period 7 1:20-2:10pm

    History

     History

     History

     Healthy Living

     FUN DAY/MOVIE

    Period 8 2:15-3:05pm

    Life Skills

    Life Skills

    Life Skills

    Life Skills

    FUN DAY/ MOVIE







     

    Data Collection: Teacher made data logs.. Teacher grades… anecdotal notations…. Surveys… student portfolio… Observation…. Data tracking programs. ..quarterly progress reports..

     

     

    Attendance Policy: Student success depends upon daily attendance. Please help your child be at school on time and prepared for class. School attendance policies will be followed.

     

    Parents/Guardians:
    Call South Mountain High School at 602-764-5000 within 24 hours of your student’s   absence to verify the absence. Provide the following information for the office:

    Student name
    Student identification number
    Class period(s) or day(s) absent
    Parent contact numbers