The Secondary School Success Checklist (SSSC) is an evaluation of student skills completed by staff, families, and students. Designed by the CSESA team, the SSSC is a tool that can support teams in identifying priority goals related to independence and behavior, transition, social competence, and academic skills (with a focus on literacy). These four domains are the focus of the CSESA intervention, and positive outcomes in these domains have been directly linked to postsecondary success for students on the autism spectrum. The SSSC data, along with the transition assessment and plan, and information about the student and family, can guide the team in identifying priority goals and matching those goals to evidence based practices in an effort to develop the most effective programming. Below are PDFs in plain and fillable format for parents, staff, and students.
Center on Secondary Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. (2013). Secondary School Success Checklist (SSSC). Unpublished checklist.