Alamogordo Residential Campus
Instruction on the residential campus includes emphasis on the Expanded Core Curriculum: O&M, technology, recreation & leisure, independent living, social skills, compensatory / access skills, self determination, career education, and sensory efficiency skills plus the development of any individual specific skills that will prepare the student for educational success in their home school district or in post-educational settings.
About the Residential Program:
located at our historic campus in Alamogordo, New Mexico
provides intensive compensatory skill development to give blind and visually impaired students access to education and opportunities for independence
students from around the state attend school Monday – Friday noon, then travel home for weekends, holidays, and summer vacation (very young and local students continue to live at home and are day students only)
short-term (1-2 week) programs for skill building are also available
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