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Special Education: Comprehensive Intervention Program

The Comprehensive Intervention Program (CIP for short and pronounced /sip/) is a non-diploma track option for students with significant learning difficulties. The CIP is a more life-skills, functional based curriculum though it does still focus on the academic areas of math, reading, spelling, science and social studies.  Typically students in the CIP are receiving instruction three or more grade levels below their age-appropriate grade level though this gap widens as the students get older.  Students who receive their special education services from the CIP are still out in general education to the fullest extent possible.  Students in the CIP are with their typically developing peers for lunch, recess (elementary level only), and specials (i.e., music, physical education, art) and a few are with their typically developing peers for math and/or reading as well. The only school in the FTCSC which does not have a CIP room available is Bunker Hill Elementary. Students requiring services from the CIP whose home school is Bunker Hill Elementary will be placed by their case conference committee at one of our other elementary schools.  When the student moves out of elementary school and on to middle school s/he will return to the school feeder pattern for whichever middle school Bunker Hill students attend (currently Middle School West).