The Bellport High School’s Life Skills/Work Study Programs (12:1:1 and 12:1:4 classroom settings) consist of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The educational focus is on independent, social, and vocational skills. The students learn and practice many job and retail related skills in their school store such as inventory, cash register usage, food distribution, cleaning, stocking and counting money. The students also have vocational work in their local village of Bellport. In the community they apply skills such as cleaning, organizing, stocking shelves, grounds maintenance and office work. With these experiences the students learn social skills and how to work independently, as well as in groups. The students are excited to be embarking on a new opportunity interning with The Spotlight Project.