Student Programs

The St. Croix River Education District (SCRED) operates three federal setting IV programs (SOAR, Pathway to Change, and Vision), as well as two transition programs (The Chisago County Schools' Life Work Center and The Pine County Transition Program) to assist our member districts in meeting the unique learning needs of their students.  


Below you will find direct links to each of our program’s websites, as well as a link to each program’s host district’s Distance Learning Plan to be implemented during the COVID-19 outbreak.


Chisago County Schools’ Life Work Center

The Chisago County Schools' Life Work Center (LWC) provides life skills and work exploration programming for young adults with disabilities ages 18-21. 

Host District: North Branch

Participating Districts: Chisago Lakes, North Branch, and Rush City

Program Website

Distance Learning Plan 

Pathway to Change

The Pathway to Change (PTC) program is designed for students in grades K-12 who demonstrate significant behavioral needs. PTC builds students’ fluency in a complex repertoire of social and emotional skills and their capacity to generalize these skills across settings. 

Host District: Chisago Lakes

Participating Districts: Chisago Lakes, North Branch and Rush City

Program Website

Distance Learning Plan

Pine County Transition Program

The Pine County Transition Program (PCTP) provides life skills and work exploration programming for young adults with disabilities ages 18-21. 

Host District: Hinckley-Finlayson

Participating Districts: East Central, Hinckley-Finlayson and Pine City

Program Website

Distance Learning Plan

Skill-Building for Academic Resilency

The Skill-Building for Academic Resliency (SOAR) program support students who demonstrate significant communication and behavioral needs. SOAR increases students’ independence and skills in the areas of functional communication and self-regulation.

Host District: Chisago Lakes

Participating Districts: Chisago Lakes, East Central, Hinckley-Finlayson,

North Branch, Pine City, Rush City 

Program Website

Distance Learning Plan

Vision

The Vision program is designed for students in grades K-12 who demonstrate significant behavioral needs. Vision builds students’ fluency in a complex repertoire of social and emotional skills and their capacity to generalize these skills across settings.

Host District: Pine City

Participating Districts: East Central, Hinckley-Finlayson and Pine City

Program Website

Distance Learning Plan


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