To learn, achieve and believe in our potential.
All students will experience success in attaining educational goals, exhibit universally acceptable social behavior, communicate effectively, participate in community experiences and become productive members of society.
Doris A. Sanders Learning Center is an educational center serving students with varying Exceptionalities from 5 to 22 years of age, as part of the Polk County Public School system.
These classes focus on independent functioning/self-help, social/behavioral, and communication skills. Some students receive physical and occupational as well as speech/language therapy. Students are assessed yearly with various instruments. Some of these may include Brigance, Florida Alternate Assessment, and Careers for Me just to name a few. Our students are becoming involved in many new activities as a result of these assessments; activities in areas including: leisure and productivity in the home, community and school settings, social interaction, communication, personal care, health, safety routines, and mobility within familiar environments.
Battle of the Capitol in Maryland
on March 12, 2016
Mrs. Sherry Murray
Finalist District 7
Mr. Robert Sullivan (Teacher)
Sensory Friendly Films
Sensory Friendly showings provide families with varying abilities the opportunity to enjoy a family friendly film where kids can be kids in a safe and accepting environment.
The auditoriums are made to be more comfortable with brighter lights and the sound level turned down. The audience is encouraged to be themselves and interact with the movie. Dance, sing & enjoy the show!!!
call: Cobb Theatre @ (863) 937.0555 for latest update
1650 Town Center Drive, Lakeland
Several school psychologists have written articles which contain useful information for staff, students, and especially parents. You can find the articles in PDF format on this page of the district site. This list will be updated with additional articles in the future, so check back periodically for new information.