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The Bridge School
The Bridge School is a non-profit organization enabling individuals with severe speech and physical impairments to pursue their goals and dreams. The Bridge School is composed of four interrelated programs: Education, Transition, Outreach and Research.
The Bridge School’s Education Program is specifically designed for children with severe speech and physical impairments (SSPI). Although our students each possess their own uniqueness, they may share certain characteristics as well. As with all children, they may vary widely in terms of their characteristics, capabilities and learning needs.
Located in the San Francisco Bay area, our educational program serves students with complex communication needs associated with severe speech and physical impairments. Students attend a 180-day regular school year program between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The length of the school day is dependent upon individual students’ age and grade level. Two classrooms serve up to fourteen students each school year. All students have educational inclusion opportunities within an age-appropriate general education class on the shared North Elementary/Crocker Middle School campus. The weekly inclusion schedule is based on the team’s educational priorities for each student for the school year. Bridge School students are accompanied by a Bridge School staff member for all inclusion activities at North/Crocker Schools.