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ASPIRE


West Morris Regional High School District

ASPIRE

Adult Student Program In Reaching Empowerment

 

ASPIRE is a Transition Program serving Mendham & Central High Schools

 

ASPIRE is for 18-21 year old students with learning differences who have met all of their high school requirements. ASPIRE works to empower students with an emphasis on independent living and employability skills.  Job sampling and instruction will be community-based and focused on the resources and skills needed to live and work as independently as possible. 

 

Program Skills/Curriculum: 

  • Career, Vocational and College Exploration
  • Employment Essentials
  • Fitness, Health and Recreation
  • Comprehensive Life Skills 
  • Workplace Etiquette and Social Skills 
  • Community-Based Instruction (CBI)
  • Work Based Learning (WBL) formally Structured Learning Experience (SLE)

ASPIRE is a district-wide program located at West Morris Central HS.

 

Bell Schedule: 

More About the Program: 

To learn more about the ASPIRE program click the link below. 

ASPIRE & SLE/WBL Presentation

 

Contact Us: 

Work Based Learning (WBL) Coordinator, Transition Coordinator

Michelle Jaross

District Cell- 908-645-2081 

[email protected] 

 

Teachers

Bridgette Catalini

[email protected] 

 

Scott Iantosca

[email protected] 





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