Schramm Educational Center is a multi-faceted facility committed to providing high quality services to students ages 3-21 with significant disabilities. Placement at Schramm is through the IEP team at the local district. Our students receive individualized instruction through a modified curriculum, which is provided in Learning Centers. Vocational opportunities, Community Based Instruction/Recreation and Warm Water Pool experiences enhance students' educational programming as well. Related services are provided to students as specified by their IEP.
Schramm Educational Center is the model public day school educating students with significant disabilities in Illinois.
Improve quality of life for students and families through individualized, systematic instruction and community experiences to enhance independence, communication, social, vocational, and functional life skills.
Integrity, Caring, Empathy, Compassion, Respect, Commitment, Honesty
August 16- First Day of School
September 4- Labor Day- No School
September 15- Early Dismissal @ 12:00
October 9- Columbus Day- No School
October 16- Teacher Institute- No School
Progress Reports Dates
Last Day of School (May 23)
Schramm Educational Center invites suggestions and comments concerning the development, implementation, and improvement of the school wellness policy from parents, students, representatives of the school food authority, teachers of physical education, school health professionals, the Executive Committee, school administrators, and community. Phone 309/347-5164 or email.
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