About our Programs
ICEF offers a continuum of services which includes, but is not limited to using the Learning Center & Inclusion Models in order to support our students in accessing their least restrictive environment (LRE). With that being said, ICEF prides itself in our ability to make changes to our program models depending on the unique and individual needs of each student that joins or is a part of our ICEF family.
Some of the unique programs that we offer are the following:
Resource Support Program (RSP) | Grades TK - 12:
Students enrolled in the Resource Support Program (RSP) are provided with support in the students general education classroom settings with the support of Resource Specialist Teachers (RST), Co-Teaching models, Intervention Specialists, and other related service providers. This model offers students additional assistance in the Learning Center (LC) for support with homework, tutoring, small-group or one-on-one instruction, and targeted intervention support.
Specialized Academic Instruction Classes (SAI) | Grades TK - 5:
At two of our school sites (ICEF View Park Preparatory Elementary School & ICEF Inglewood Elementary Charter Academy), we offer Specialized Academic Instruction (SAI) classes where students with disabilities are provided with opportunities to receive their general education curriculum, modified curriculum, or alternate curriculum instruction outside of their general education classroom delivered by a highly qualified Special Education Teacher. This model allows for more direct and specialized instruction for the academic subject areas that students need the most support in.
Community Based Instruction (CBI) & Vocational Education | Grades 9 - 12:
With prerequisite instruction and supports leading up to our students senior year, ICEF View Park Preparatory High School has one Resource Specialist Teacher solely devoted to our class of seniors in supporting them in acquiring independence and autonomy skills in order to be come successful in living and working within their community, and if applicable, the college of their choosing. Through this tailored instructional approach, instructional priorities are based on college and career readiness skills that are age-appropriate and developed base on the demands of real world environments. Students are able to receive functional, hands-on instruction in meaningful life skills, as well as opportunities to interact and establish relationships with members of the general community. Instruction is driven by individual strengths and needs, as well as accommodations designed to enhance student participation in activities.
In addition, our students receive related services based on their unique and individual needs in the following areas of support:
Related services are offered to a student throughout the IEP process in order to support our students in continuing to make academic gains within the educational setting.
These services are not limited to, but may include the following:
- Adapted Physical Education (APE)
- Assistive Technology Services (AT)
- Audiological Services
- Behavior Intervention Services (BID, BII)
- Counseling and Guidance
- Educationally Related Intensive Counseling Services by a School Psychologist (ERICS)
- Health Services
- Occupational Therapy (OT)
- Physical Therapy (PT)
- Specialized Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HOH) Services
- Speech and Language Services