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B A R B A RA F RY- C L I N G E N P E E L & N I C O L E H AY E S , C H S , R O O M 1 2 7 &

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BARBARA FRY-CLINGENPEEL & NICOLE HAYES, CHS, ROOM 127 & 125 & 125
JOB/SOCIAL
SKILLS, ES/LS SUPPLEMENTAL
CHS CREATIONS
This is a MiniBusiness run by
students and staff. It
involves making and
selling products.
There are regular
meetings to discuss
the products, cost,

law to fulfill the


TRANSITION COMPONENT

of the IEP.

This course will focus on

advertising, new

instruction in skills for life post

ideas and avenues

high school, career and

for sales. With

vocational education. It is

assistance from staff

designed for all students age 14

and peers, students


learn how to design

21 that are serviced by an IEP.


activities, speakers, community
based instruction, community

notecards, flyers,

service work, career workshops,

assorted cards and

travel training, career

gift tags. Other skills

exploration, social and work

creativity to design

It will involve classwork,

and or make

require patience and

skills. Throughout the course


content, students will learn
about a variety of skills that are

ornaments,

valuable throughout life after

bracelets and key

high school.

chains with
teamwork and

community/work
experiences
Follow school, class
and community rules
Ask for assistance if
needed
Participate daily in
class activities
Work individually,
with a partner and in
teams
Provide written and
oral responses
Complete unfinished
work for the next
class
Self-monitor
classroom &
community behavior
& work production
Obtain acceptable
scores on the
community and
behavior rubrics
Attain successful
evaluations of
workplace
experiences
Complete various
transition
assessments

collaboration.
Proceeds buy
supplies, student
rewards and fund
charity ventures.

Each student is expected to:

Be on time
Be prepared for class
Be respectful

TEXTBOOKS/RESOURCES
(includes but not limited to):
Career Choices,

E-MAIL ADDRESSES:

COURSE
DESCRIPTION

BClingenpeel or NHayes @columbia.k12.pa.us

This course is offered

PHONE: 717-684-7500 X3510 or x3471

each semester and


provides a variety of
material mandated by

Return all required


permission slips for

Mindy Bingham

B A R B A RA F RY- C L I N G E N P E E L & N I C O L E H AY E S , C H S , R O O M 1 2 7 &

The Transitions
Curriculum,
Volumes 1, 2 &3 ) by
Louise Fulton &
Rebecca Silva
Seven Habits of
Highly Effective
Teens by Sean Covey
Steps to Independent
Living by Nancy Lobb
Conflict Resolution
Facts for Teens by
kidshealth.org
Assorted Secondary
Transition
Assessments and
worksheets
ONet and other
internet resources
Community Speakers
Community
Businesses

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Grades will be assigned for:

Student participation
Following procedures
Assignment
completion
Assessments- handson, rubrics
Mid-terms & Finals

Instruction, assignments
and classroom assessments
will be modified and adapted
to meet student needs.
Rubrics and assessments
will be taken from those
recommended by the
Transition Component of the
IEP and/or suggested by the
PDE website or provided by
curriculum designed for
Transition.

Barbara Fry-Clingenpeel & Nicole Hayes, CHS, Room 127 & 125

Topics

How to Take Care


of Your Home
How to Get Well
When You are Sick
or Hurt
How to Use Money
Wisely
How to Stay
Healthy
How to Look Out
for Yourself
How to Set Up a
Home

Transitions Curriculum

Transportation

Local buses
Accessing medical
services
Accessing food
Finding leisure services
Shopping
Career Workshops
Employment

Personal
Management

Personal Power
Effective
Communication
Choosing the
Best Career
Maximizing
Options
Maximizing
Opportunities

Career
Management
Advocating for You
Getting the Job
Succeeding as an
Employee
Participating in the
Community

Life Management

Maintaining a
healthy lifestyle
Enjoying Your
Leisure Time
Living on Your
Own

Planning for a
Family

Career Choices

Who am I?
What do I Want?
How Do I Get It?

Speakers

Industry
Banking
Health Services
College
Trade Schools

Work Crews
School work Crews
Managing a Small
Business
Social Skills

Anger
Conflict
Assertiveness
Teamwork
Compromise

SYLLABUS: JOB/SOCIAL SKILLS, ES/LS SUPPLEMENTAL


Please return this page with as much information as possible. We hope to
maintain regular contact through the Sapphire Portal where grades will be posted
regularly, email, texts, notes home or phone calls. We make every attempt to
contact home at least twice a month. Good communication is important to us, if we
do not reach you, send an e-mail or message and we will respond as soon as
possible.
Individual permission forms will be sent home to be signed as each job crew or
community based instruction opportunity arises. Student may not attend if
permission slips are not signed. A spreadsheet of job crews/work experiences will
be sent home in September.
STUDENT NAME:__________________________________
PARENT(S)/GUARDIAN(S): ________________________ HOME
PHONE:__________________
CELL
PHONE:____________________
E-MAIL: ________________________________________
COMPANY/EMPLOYER____________________________WORKPHONE:______________
_____

PARENT(S)/GUARDIAN(S): ________________________ HOME


PHONE:__________________
CELL
PHONE:____________________
E-MAIL: ________________________________________
COMPANY/EMPLOYER____________________________WORKPHONE:______________
_____
PREFERRED METHOD OF CONTACT (email, text, etc)
________________________________
SPECIFY IF A NUMBER SHOULD ONLY BE CALLED FOR EMERGENCIES.