The present document contains an adapted curriculum aimed at fostering the social integration of students aged 16 to 21 who have moderate to severe intellectual impairments and may or may not have other associated impairments.
The aim of this program, entitled CHALLENGES: An Educational Approach That Facilitates Social Integration, is the development of the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are essential for integration into today's society. For young adults between the ages of 16 and 21, community living and preparing for the job market are areas of top priority.
Evaluation of Learning
Students enrolled in the CHALLENGES program are exempt from the provisions of sections 30.1, 30.2 and 30.3 of the Basic school regulation for preschool, elementary and secondary education pertaining to results. The results recorded in section 2 of the report card must be expressed as a letter grade using the following rating scale:
The student meets the requirements set for him/her very well.
The student meets the requirements set for him/her.
The student partially meets the requirements set for him/her.
The student does not meet the requirements set for him/her.
The results to be communicated each term are determined in the standards and procedures established by the school.