Special Education Services
- Special Education
- Assistive Technology
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Curriculum Access Team
- Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plans
- Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Resources
- Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training Program (CPI)
- Alternatives to Suspension
- E-SAT (Emergency Student Assistance Team) and Risk Assessment
- Manifestation Determination Review (MDR)
- Schoolwide PBIS
- Procedures and IEP Manual
- Guidance & Guidelines
- Learning Programs
- Teacher Consultants
- Hearing, Vision, Orientation and Mobility
- School Social Work
- School Psychologists
- Speech-Language Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
Return to School Plan
If signing a student in/out, please ring the doorbell and a staff member will meet you at the door to complete sign in/out process.
No outside visitors permitted other than educational consultants.
Bus staff will take student temperatures before boarding the bus. A temp of 100.4 or higher will stay home.
If student is brought to school, a staff member will meet parent at the door to do the temperature check.
Staff and Students K and Above: Worn at all times except during meals and when outside.
Preschool: Worn in common areas and the bus.
Disposable masks will be provided daily as students board the bus.
*Cloth masks may be worn if laundered daily (see information, below).
A note from a medical professional must be provided if a student cannot tolerate a mask.
Students will stay in their classroom group for the day with the exception of any inclusion classes.
Students will be physically distanced as much as possible.
Frequently touched surfaces will be cleaned at least every four hours.
Breakfast and Lunch will be eaten in the classroom.
Face-to-face and remote learning will be offered as choices for instruction. Parents should indicate a preference by August 14, 2020.
The default for all meetings will be remote (phone, online, etc.).
If it is not possible to participate remotely, other arrangements may be made.
Health screening will take place daily.
Students will be physically distanced as much as possible. Seating assignments will be strictly followed.
Buses will be cleaned and sanitized before/after each route.
Masks must meet a minimum safety threshold to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
Coverings may only be worn if they are made from at least two-layers of 100% cotton material that is tightly woven. You should not feel your child’s breath on the other side of their mask.
If there are concerns about the cloth mask you are considering, please contact the office for additional guidance.
Families will access school meals from their local school district.
Families will choose either paper-pencil packets or online work for their student.
Paper-pencil packets will be sent home via school delivery every-other week and work will be returned via those same routes.
Either option will have a required check-in time with classroom staff that will be scheduled with each family.
Special education programs and services will be continued as required by the student’s IEP.
All meetings will be remote (phone, online, etc.).