Community Based Instruction and Community Based Vocational Instruction
(CBI and CBVI)
To empower students with necessary skills and resources to become as independent as possible.
To expand maximum access to their community in order to generalize skills in non school environments.
To engage students for success and meaningful community involvement.
To enhance students’ quality of life by increasing their independence in as many different community environments as possible.
MCCSS Community-Based Instruction Program commits to promoting student achievement by ensuring essential instruction, support, and resources for students with disabilities in natural, non-school environments. These deliberate actions foster students to become as independent as possible, focusing on functional and life skills while expanding the possibility of post-secondary opportunity outcomes.
Morgan County Charter School System’s Community-Based Instruction program supports the development of instruction in the following areas: Education, Living Independently, Transition and Employment through Community-Based Instruction (CBI) and Community-Based Vocational Instruction (CBVI). Incorporating academic standards and maximizing on students’ strengths, interests, and preferences, the purpose of CBI/CBVI services is to provide a goal driven, results oriented program focused on improving student achievement in the following four CBI/CBVI areas: domestic, vocational, recreation, and community.
The goal is to provide real life experiences to assist students with disabilities in acquiring essential independent living skills necessary to succeed in post secondary opportunities and transition into the adult world. CBI/CBVI is an evidence-based strategy appropriate to students with disabilities to facilitate independence in age appropriate environments. Direct instruction is provided by qualified personnel developing application of knowledge in community settings across all four domains. Skills are introduced in the classroom and applied in natural environments to provide organic opportunities for practice and generalization.
Special thanks to these businesses in our community that support this endeavor for our students:
Madison Chophouse Grille
Madison First United Methodist Church
Main Street Vet
Morgan County Humane Society
Camp Twin Lakes
Madison Food Pantry
Hard Labor Creek
Centennial Baptist Church
Indian Creek Farms
- Special Education
- Section 504
- Social Work
- Gifted Education
- Response to Intervention
- Psychological Services
- School Nurse
- School Counselor
- Early Learning/PreK
- Infectious Disease Information
- Transition Planning and Postsecondary Options for Students with Disabilities
- Community Based Instruction and Community Based Vocational Instruction (CBI and CBVI)
- Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency
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