Pace programming focuses on integrating mental health, behavioral services and social emotional learning directly into the classroom and across the school day.
Students are referred to Pace School with a wide variety of social, emotional and behavioral challenges and/or autism that interfere with their ability to participate in the regular school environment. Pace programming focuses on integrating mental health, behavioral services and social emotional learning directly into the classroom and across the school day.
An array of educational and behavioral supports is provided to each student in order to promote success.
Small class size of 8-12 students
Staff to student ratio of not more than 4:1
PA Certified Special Education teacher in each classroom
Special Area and Support Personnel:
Creative Arts Certified Teachers (Art, Music, Daily Living Skills, Physical Education, Technology)
Mobile (crisis) Support Staff
Speech and Language Therapists
Occupational and Physical Therapists and other related services as outlined in the child’s IEP
Personal Care Assistants as outlined in the IEP
Students in the Partial Hospitalization Program also have access to:
Behavior Management Coordinators in the classroom
Mental Health Therapists
Positive Behavior Supports:
Three levels of Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports
Proactive Classroom Management System
Functional Behavior Assessments and individualized Positive Behavior Support Plans
Functional Skills Instruction