Life Enrichment Education Program
The Life Enrichment Education Program (LEEP) provides specially designed instruction and related services for eligible Clackamas County students ages 5-21 years. Students attend self-contained classrooms in schools located throughout the county.
The curriculum focuses on personal management, communication, practical living skills, vocational skills, leisure and recreation activities, and social skills. Based on the individual needs of each student, the ESD offers speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, adaptive PE, and nursing support.
Clackamas ESD also provides an extended school year program in the summer for students who would regress because of a lengthy educational recess.
For more information about LEEP contact Linda Eastlund, Coordinator.