Our Goals

  • Ensure that students with disabilities have access to general education courses and extracurricular activities to the maximum extent possible so as to assist students with disabilities in obtaining general education courses and extracurricular activities and to provide supplementary support to maintain pupils in the appropriate public schools if students are not disabled.
  • Ensure that all students with disabilities participate in a state, school system, or alternative assessment.
  • Ensure compliance with state and federal regulations regarding student annual IEP reviews, reevaluation procedures, and periodic program updates.
  • Use state and federal guidelines to maintain procedures for the identification of suspected students with disabilities in a timely manner.
  • Promotion of cooperative practices in the educational environment between regular staff, special educators and relevant service providers.
  • Continue efforts to continue staff development of current educational trends and educational issues
  • Support and facilitate parental involvement / involvement in the special education process
  • Ensure participation and dissemination of information on the transition process of students with disabilities and their parents.
  • Stakeholder advisory committees with community members, local school system staff, and parents merge the formative assessment process to maintain continuous improvement.
  • Develop, implement and maintain local inter-agency programs for students with disabilities in collaboration with local, state, private and community institutions.