• Student Services 

    The Department of Student Services provides comprehensive and individualized programs for students with disabilities. Services are provided for students ages 3 through high school and for some students until age 21. Approximately 500 students currently benefit from these services. Students are identified in accordance with Federal and State laws governing public schools.  Students with the following impairments and a need for special education may receive special education services.

    • Autism
    • Significant Developmental Delay
    • Emotional/Behavioral Disability
    • Specific Learning Disability
    • Speech & Language Impairment
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Orthopedic Impairment
    • Other Health Impairment
    • Cognitive Disability
    • Vision Impairment
    • Deaf/Hearing Impairment


    Related Services are provided when they are necessary for the student to benefit from their special education program and may include:
    • Physical Therapy
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Health/Nursing Services
    • Transportation
    • Audiology
    • Psychological Services 
    • Vocational and Transitional training
    • Orientation and Mobility

    Individual Education Program Team

    A student's disabilities and needs are determined by an Individual Education Program Team comprised of individuals familiar with the student and knowledgeable in special education.  Teams include general education teachers, special education teachers, school psychologists, parents, related services personnel and school administrators.  This team determines if a student qualifies as a student with a disability and what services are needed. 
    Further questions regarding special education services can be directed to Kathy Rogers, Director of Student Services at 715-243-7426