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Sensory Truck

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The Sensory Truck is a weekly, week-long vocational activity created by students and staff in Transition classroom 147. Similar to one of our other Transition Program activities, called the Food Truck, the Sensory Truck provides deliveries of sensory items for students to use as regulating strategies. Most of the sensory items are squeezable and moldable, Read more…

Culinary Arts

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Hi, my name is Marie Canesi. I have been employed at The League School of Greater Boston for 18 months now.  Culinary Arts, nutrition and Food Safety are my areas of expertise. Before joining The League School I spent eleven years as a Health, Family and Consumer Science teacher teaching grades 6 through 12 in Read more…

Pathfinders Thanksgiving Festivities

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On Tuesday November 25th 2014, the Pathfinders program worked together to prepare and serve a feast before the upcoming holiday weekend.  In addition to students volunteering their time and hard work to assist in the preparation process, most of the students also created centerpieces indicating the many things and aspects in their lives they feel Read more…

Vocational Center Students Assist Area Programs

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Vocational Center Students Assist Area Programs League School’s Vocational Center focuses on developing the work skills that will be needed for the student’s future employment.  From the basics of obtaining an assignment and attending to the task to the more advanced tasks of operating a multi-feature photocopier or maintaining organization of items in a laminating Read more…

Research on Spoken Language and Autism

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Research on Spoken Language and Autism There is exciting news coming out of The Autism Center of Excellence at Boston University, according to an article in the ASHA Leader entitled “Seeking an Elusive Goal in Severe Autism: Spoken Language”. The center has been awarded a $9 million grant from the National Institute of Deafness and Read more…