To our TJS community,

The Joshua School opposes all forms of racism and in reflecting on recent events, TJS stands in solidarity with the African American community in the fight against racism, social injustice and systemic barriers. We wholeheartedly support our Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) staff members, students and families, as well as the community at large, in their efforts to seek immediate change in policy at the state and federal levels to save black lives.

TJS has formed an Inclusion Advisory Board to ensure that we are listening, learning and acting in a way that supports the African American community and other diverse communities. That Advisory Board met earlier this week to begin discussions on how we can act to remove systemic barriers in our workplace, reach out in the community to provide opportunity and begin to better educate ourselves on how to practice inclusion and diversity. The Advisory Board also prepared a statement that represents the TJS commitment to a culture of inclusion and diversity.

 

Mission Statement

 

The Joshua School is committed to  helping each individual with autism spectrum disorder and developmental disabilities attain the highest quality of life- valuing each unique mind, body and spirit.

 

Diversity & Inclusion Statement

 

We Specialize in Exceptional

Uniqueness is Our Super Power

Diversity fuels the learning and growth of every mind, body and spirit in the TJS community. Our commitment to inclusion across race, ethnicity, color, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, religion and veteran status encourages our team members to bring their authentic selves to work each day. We see, hear and celebrate the benefit of all perspectives. We work together in the good times and the hard times to ensure our experiences build an environment where we all flourish.

 

Why Joshua School

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11 Board Certified Behavior Analysts helping us to become a national leader in evidence-based education & behavioral intervention

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Place students 14 and older at job sites to learn vocational skills that prepare them for successful adult life

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Partner with 21 school districts in Colorado who use our services

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80 percent of our Early Intervention graduates with ASD transitioned back into general education classrooms within their home district

2303 E Dartmouth Ave,

Englewood, CO 80113

(303) 758-7171

info@joshuaschooI.org

Tel: (303) 758-7171

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