LABBB Collaborative

LABBB Philosophy: The LABBB Collaborative helps students with special needs reach their full potential through high quality programs that integrate academic, social, recreational and vocational services and enable participation in the least restrictive environment. By sharing its resources with multiple school districts and social service agencies, its programs maintain superior quality and reasonable costs to those it serves, by meeting or exceeding state standards, and achieving economies of scale.

Programs Available

Career Directions at Minuteman Vocational High School

Collaborative: 

Students alternate weekly between the classroom and shop environments, while focus on making effective and responsible choices. During the classroom week, students are presented with specially designed instruction that focuses on the provision of small group academics.

LABBB at Arlington High School

Collaborative: 

Specially designed instruction is provided to address the individual academic, social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students. The curriculum focuses on functional academics and is based upon the principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA).

LABBB at Bedford High School

Collaborative: 

Specially designed instruction is created to address the individual academic, social, emotional, and behavior needs.

LABBB at Belmont High School

Collaborative: 

Students are presented with specially designed instruction that focuses on the provision of small group academic instruction.

LABBB at Butler Elementary School

Collaborative: 

The LABBB Elementary Program at Butler Elementary School is a self-contained classroom setting. The emphasis is on maximizing academic accomplishments with a strong focus on literacy development and math skills.