Lanier High School, a community high school in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, is one of many schools in the US that offer specialized programs to students with special needs.
According to a survey conducted by the US Department of Education, nearly 40 percent of students enrolled at Lanier have special needs, such as autism spectrum disorder or ADHD.
Lanier is one such school that offers special education programs, and its students are typically students with autism spectrum disorders.
“It’s very difficult for kids with special education to find a school that will accommodate their needs,” said Stephanie Gebauer, director of special education at Laniestown School in California, which serves students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
“There are a lot of options, but the ones we offer have been around for a while and are very well-known.”
Lanier also offers special needs sports programs for its students, as well as a program for special education students.
One of Lanier’s sports teams is called the Lanier Warriors.
Laniestower sports teams have won national championships in the past, including in 2015 and 2016.
Laniers students also participate in the school’s music and arts programs, which focus on a wide variety of interests.
Some of the student sports teams are sports like soccer, football, baseball, track and field, and softball.
Other sports include basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, and volleyball.
Some students participate in sports through an athletic scholarship, but most students take classes through the school district’s Special Education Program.
Lanies school also offers sports, music, and art classes.
In addition, students can also take online courses that cover a variety of topics, including English, math, and science.
The school has a high percentage of special needs students, with an enrollment of more than 300 students.
“We are one of the few high schools in our community that has a sports team,” said student Jody Sorensen.
“I’ve played on their team for years and they have a great team, and I love their team and their student athletes.”
While the students at Laniers school may be able to find more challenging sports, they may also find the special needs programs at other schools more helpful, Gebaur said.
“If I had to choose between a sports program at Lanies high school and a school for special needs with a similar experience, I think I would choose the special education program,” Gebau said.
Students in Lanier can also learn more about special education, including special needs curriculum, and also about the schools policies regarding special education.
According the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, special education is a “special needs” classification that includes people with learning disabilities, as many of these students have difficulty reading or understanding spoken language.
It also includes people who have difficulties learning how to use computers and computers, according to the CDC.
In Lanier, students with learning disability can also be assessed for other health problems, such Asperger’s Syndrome and Aspergillosis.
However, because the school does not have a formal medical facility, students do not receive any type of diagnosis from a doctor, which means they may not receive necessary healthcare.
Gebber said that because Lanier offers specialized special education services, it is important for students to get the diagnosis from their health care provider, because this is the first step in ensuring they are receiving appropriate healthcare.
Lanieys school has an online testing service, which students can access for testing purposes.
According Lanier administrators, the online testing process is not designed for students with specific health needs, but rather a test of a student’s general mental ability and ability to function.
It is designed to help students with ADHD and ASD, and to help identify students with other disabilities, Gember said.
While online testing does provide an opportunity for students and families to evaluate their child, Gibber said Laniers students should also contact their health provider to discuss their needs.
Gembers school district does offer a schoolwide online testing program, which is offered for students who live in Laniers high school district, and which is administered by the Laniestowers school district.
Gibbers school also provides a special education tutoring program for students.
According Gebarres school district website, the school provides tutoring programs for special-education students and their families.
The tutoring is focused on helping students understand the importance of special learning and the importance for each individual to make a positive contribution to the learning environment.
For students who have special education needs, Giberts tutoring process is also designed to support the development of critical thinking skills, according Gebbauer.
“Our students are getting tested for special learning issues and I think that is a great step in the right direction, especially when it comes to the development and awareness of special skills,” said Gebbers school superintendent, Kaitlin M. Dickey.
“At the same time, we