Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2022 are scheduled for May and early June, during which 2,117 students will graduate.
Our mission is to educate learners to reach their full potential in developing daily life skills.
Post-secondary and career training
Through the IEP process, students receive support, resources and training with choices based on individual need.
Model and teach life skills while encouraging students to be responsible and productive members of our community.
Supported by District 196, we create relationships with community organizations that allow students to make important connections.
The board approved updates to the district's operational plan that align with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised guidance on masks in K-12 and early education settings.
It will continue to be a work day for employees to complete regular duties that have been deferred while responding to significant staffing challenges caused by COVID-19.
Effective immediately, students and employees who test positive may end isolation after five full days if fever-free and other symptoms have improved.
Thursday, Dec. 23, 2021, will be a no-school day for all District 196 students and a paid non-duty day for all contracted and scheduled district employees.