The COMPASS program is designed to help students with individualized educational needs in the areas of social/emotional, sensory, language and behavioral development.  The goal of the COMPASS program is to assist each student learn the academic, social, emotional, sensory and communications skills to help them become as independent as possible.  COMPASS focuses on developing functional reading, writing, and math skills, social communication, and transitional needs in a small structured environment with a high staff to student ratio.  Students work according to their own learning style, utilizing their strengths to develop skills.  COMPASS students also integrate into the mainstream environment in specified elective classes. Placement in the COMPASS program is through an IEP team.