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Greenway School is home to divisional Elementary Autism and Adaptive Skills Programs (Grades- K-6). Eligibility for these programs is determined by Inclusion Support Services using the guidelines outlined on the Winnipeg School Division website
The goal of the Autism and Adaptive Skills Programs is to assist the students in achieving success in academics, communication, self-management, fine motor skills, social skills, and physical skills to the level of their potential, through individualized programming.
The Autism and Adaptive Skills Programs provide meaningful educational opportunities with a focus on inclusion. Students are integrated into classrooms with necessary accommodations made in order for each child to experience success. The school team works collaboratively with parents to ensure that appropriate programming is designed for each student.
The school team consists of administrators, classroom teachers, special education resource teachers, and educational assistants. They may also include any of the following: speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, physiotherapist, psychologist, and school social worker.
Students also have opportunities to participate in Adaptive Aquatics and Music Therapy once a week.