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The Life Skills Program is a Minneapolis Public Schools Citywide Special Education program for high school students whose transition needs require special education services for the majority of their school day. The program serves students with severe learning/language disabilities and various developmental disabilities from throughout the Minneapolis school district. Students enrolled in the program are ages 14 to 18 in grades 9 through 12. Each classroom is comprised of a special education teacher and one special education assistant. A modified curriculum appropriate to the abilities and needs of the students in the program is provided. In addition to the curriculum in the Life Skills program, students may also have access to general education courses, vocational experiences, other related special education services, and community-based instruction as determined by the student’s IEP team.
 
 
Leah L. Woods
Room 323
668-2000 
Leah.woods@mpls.k12.mn.us