Questions about Special Education or General Education Programs should first be directed to the school site of attendance.
Each high school offers a continuum of special education services, including Resource Programs (RSP), Special Day Classes (SDC), and Designated Instructional Services (DIS). Additional support at all sites includes Speech/Language Specialists and Career Transition Specialists. Classes for Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Orthopedically Impaired, and Visually Impaired students are offered at selected schools throughout the District.
While students with an IEP must meet all of the same graduation requirements as those students not in special education, the students may be receiving a modified curriculum that focuses on essential information and the most critical standards. Students may also use accommodations documented on their IEP to access the curriculum and participate in assessments.