Transition Education Network (TEN) formerly known as Life Skills Network
2455 Willakenzie Road, Eugene, OR 97401
Call: (541) 790-6633 Fax: (541) 790-6605
Grades: 9-12 and Transition services through age 21
Principal: Mike Ingman Email: email@example.com
TEN at Sheldon
Katie Hansen firstname.lastname@example.org 541-790-6633
TEN at Community Living Program (CLP)
Jason Renslow email@example.com
Zach Griffith firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Lerch email@example.com
School Hours: 8:30 – 3:30
Students exit school services with the knowledge, skills, and support to live, work, and participate in their community as autonomously as possible.
TEN, located at Sheldon High School and Fountain Villa Apartments, is a creative program that provides individualized instruction and opportunities to students with cognitive disabilities who have educational needs that include a high level of staff support and a focus on functional skills. The program is a national model and maximizes students’ potential in educational, social, vocational, recreational, and community living skills areas. TEN has classrooms at Sheldon High School, a number of local businesses, and an apartment complex so that students may learn vocational and community living skills. Please contact TEN for enrollment information.
- TEN has been providing specially designed instruction to students with individual needs in Eugene since 1984.
- Courses at the high school level may include: Functional Academics, Community Living Skills,Healthy Teens, Vocational Skills, Fitness/Recreation, and other Sheldon High School classes.
- TEN at the Community Living Program (CLP) builds on the skills learned in the high school program, and adds aspects of community living skills and vocational experiences.
- Our staff consists of teachers, educational assistants, and job coaches. We also work with school psychologists, special education consultants, speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, autism consultants, and other support specialists.