Special Education Services

School Psychological Services

Provides evaluation services to assist in the identification of students for exceptional education services. They also provide support services and assistance in the development of behavior intervention plans for students with identified needs.

504 Program

For students with identified physical or mental impairments that may impede them from participating in school initiated activities. A student does not need to be identified as special education to receive services under the 504 Program.

Homebound Services

Provided on a referral basis for students with medical concerns, students on long-term suspensions and for students who are awaiting a change in placement. Documentation must be provided prior to the initiation of services.

Autism Spectrum Disorder Program Services

These classrooms utilize research-based best practices for developing instruction and programming for students with autism.

Assistive Technology Services

For students with identified needs. An assistive technology team is available to provide a variety of services including observations, consultations, assessments and/or evaluations, teacher supports in the development of implementation strategies and identification of devices. Areas of support include communication; vision; hearing; learning; computer access; environmental; daily living; fine and gross motor.

Adaptive Physical Education Service

An adapted, or modified, physical education program designed to meet the individualized gross motor needs, or other disability-related challenges preventing a student from functional participation in general physical education instruction even with accommodations and modifications. These services can be provided one-on-one, in a small group, or within the general physical education setting.