About Laremont School
Students at Laremont School have individualized learning programs that include a variety of related services. These services include Assistive Technology, Speech Language, Social Work, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Hearing and Vision Services, School Health Services, Behavior Support Services.
ELP (Exploring, Learning, Participating)
The ELP program at Laremont School services students with multiple disabilities and significant medical needs. Our ELP program utilizes researched based curricular materials that are aligned with the Illinois Common Core Essential Elements. The ELP program utilizes an alternative curriculum which offers exposure to learning opportunities that connect to general education topics. These activities focus on a multi-sensory approach to learning, hands on activities, interactive activities using concrete materials, and access to assistive technology. The teaching of functional skills, with particular emphasis placed upon communication, activities of daily living, recreation/leisure skills and vocational skills are included in each student’s day. Laremont School is a fully accessible building that provides support for all aspects of our students’ individual needs.
LASSO 3 (Language and Social Skills Opportunities)
The Language and Social Skills Opportunities 3 (LASSO 3) program serves students grades Early Childhood -Transition. Lasso 3 is a highly structured learning environment housed in a separate public day school. Students in our LASSO 3 program utilize an alternative curriculum that is researched based for students with Autism and includes components of ABA. The LASSO 3 program utilizes TEACCH methods and visuals to allow students to navigate through their learning. Students in our LASSO 3 program learn to self-regulate with the use of an adapted Zones of Regulation and token economy systems in order to attend to their learning.School Hours: 8:45-2:30