Afternoon instruction at Opportunities Academy focuses on three key elements of skill building: Independent Living, Community Access, and Employability. During this time, students practice
- making friends, helping others, and building a community.
- independently doing daily chores for home living success.
- using assistive technology.
- using everyday math and reading skills.
- building healthy habits and routines.
- using public transportation and navigating the community.
- accessing the community: library, movies, bank, mall, museums, gardens, public pool, healthcare, and grocery stores.
OA students also receive any counseling, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech services outlined in his or her IEP.
New students will join OA for the 21-22 school year on August 8.
For the 22-23 school year, we will offer on-campus instruction 5 days a week. Related services will be provided in person and on campus. Students and staff are not required to wear masks while on campus.