Special Education

  • The district is required to provide free and appropriate education (FAPE) for all of its students with related services supports for its special education students in accordance with their IEP. An IEP is an individualized education plan designed for a student who has disabilities.  The IEP is based on the student’s individual needs and describes the special help the student will receive in school. Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy and Psychological services are available as prescribed by a student’s need. Students from ages 3 to 21 are entitled to special education services.   Early Intervention (EI) services are specially designed instruction for children age 3 to the age at which the school district's kindergarten program begins. Early Intervention services are provided by Elwyn Institute for pre-kindergarten students.

    Parents play a key role in determining the programs and services with which their child will be provided.  Parents are encouraged to participate in all aspects of the determination of the appropriateness of their child's special education.

    A copy of the Procedural Safeguards can be obtained through the central office.

    A "placement" refers to the actual class and school a special education student attends where the student receives his or her special education program, and the type and intensity of services needed.

  • About Dr. Percell Whittaker - Director of Special Education and Student Services

  • Autism Support

  • Child Find

  • FERPA

  • New Life Skills Transition Initiative

  • Outpatient Clinic

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