Special Programs/Special Education
Special Education provides services and programs for students who require specially-designed instruction to meet academic standards. The programs are multi-faceted with Learning Centers in each of the schools to support staff and students. Related Services professionals working with the special ed programs include speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and psychologists.
Child Find helps screen children who may have developmental concerns and or disabilities affecting their performance in school.
Life Skills teach students the basic day-to-day skills necessary to get along in society.
Behavioral programs work directly with students whose behavior adversely impacts their ability to learn or disrupts the learning environment for others.
Title 1 and LAP are federal and state funded programs to assist students who are academically just below grade level.
English Language Learners help students for whom English is not their first language.
Homeless Support links and resources for homeless families with students.