Community-Based Instruction Program

Community-Based Instruction

Through Community-Based Instruction (CBI) elementary, middle, and high school students receive instruction in the community that focuses on eight significant Life Skill Strands

  • Personal Management
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • School and Community
  • Vocational
  • Functional Academics
  • Communication
  • Social Competencies
  • Motor Skills

Spotlight on Schools

Freedom High School provides students with disabilities the opportunity to engage in school-based pre-vocational activities such as the Bistro and Coffee Café while also creating community-based instruction opportunities for students to transfer and practice essential skills while in community settings. Freedom students learn how to plan and prepare daily food selections and visit local grocery stores such as Todos Neighborhood Market to shop for the groceries needed for both the Bistro and Coffee Café.

Administrative Contacts

David Williams, Ed.S., Supervisor
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Wendy Morris, Administrative Assistant II
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Ann Johnson, Administrative Coordinator
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