Some of our PACTT families attended last weekend's sensory-friendly performance of Fable-ous at Lifeline Theater in Rogers Park. PACTT is proud to support Lifeline and its series of sensory-friendly shows. Some of our school team members regularly volunteer their time to help sensory-sensitive theater-goers enjoy the show. For the full list of Lifeline shows with special accommodations, visit their website here: http://www.lifelinetheatre.com/accessibility/
Some of our students and staff strutted their stuff at the bowling alley recently - we even got a few strikes in there!
Lauren Mucha, our Transition Specialist, and I had the privilege of presenting at this year's Best Practices in Nonpublic Schools conference. We shared our experiences over the last few years, as we have incorporated strategies to build student participation in their IEPs. It's always great to brag a little about our awesome students, team, and program! -Paula
Our Transition Program gives students the opportunity to learn vocational skills in the classroom, and practice them in real-world volunteer and job training sites. This year's team of rockstars includes lead teacher Lauren, with support from superstars Solange and Jeremy.
Transition has kicked off this semester with some fun - and educational - community adventures!
Our Elementary classroom is often the place where students first meet PACTT, and learn to be part of the PACTT school family. This year's rock star elementary team is led by Amanda and Dan, with the incredible support of Jennifer and Mike.
This Fall, our Elementary class has kicked into gear with the perfect combination of work and play. Take a peek: