To support academic achievement for all students by identifying barriers that may be hindering success within the academic setting and beyond and offering data-driven services that will promote physical, emotional, and social development through advocacy, leadership, and collaboration.
The Student Services and Family Support Department creates an inclusive culture, providing special education, related, and health services that benefit students, families, and the community through an interdisciplinary approach.
What are we?
We are the department responsible for implementing federal and state laws that ensure educational and civil rights for ALL students, including students with disabilities, students with academic and behavioral needs, English Language Learners (EL), and preschool students. We are here to provide assistance in developmental areas for students: mental and physical health; communication and language; and, academic, behavioral, and social areas of child and adolescent development.
Who are we?
We are the staff supporting teachers, administrators, parents, and community in providing specially designed instruction, intervention, services, and training based on research-based, best practices.
Offices located at the Board of Education Building:
- school psychologists
- mental health therapist
- social workers
- administrative assistants
- student services director
Located in the buildings
- intervention specialists
- preschool classroom teachers
- school counselors
- school nurses
- speech and language pathologists
- occupational therapists/ assistants
- physical therapists/ assistants
- adaptive physical education teacher
- educational interpreters
- EL consultants
- Student Services Coordinator for Out of District & Preschool - 2nd Grade
- Student Services Coordinator for 3rd - 12th Grade