|Mrs. Chimera||Mrs. Rice||Mr. Strauss|
|Mrs. LaPorta||Mrs. Kulpa||Mrs. Zwirecki|
|Mrs. Cookfair-Casseri||Mrs. Austin|
Some children my have education needs due to a disability that requires special education services that are in addition to or outside of regular classroom services. These services range from resource room / consultant teacher support, to itinerant support therapies, to a special class placement. Upon written consent from the parent, a comprehensive evaluation is completed and presented to the district wide Committee on Special Education (CSE). The committee determines if the student has a disability and what types of services may be necessary to support their education. Parents participate in this committee process. The goal is to allow a student to participate in the regular education program to the greatest extent possible. Students who do not quality throughout CSE may be eligible to receive program modifications under Sect. 504 of federal law.