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Our goal is to provide positive educational experiences for all students, including students with disabilities. Teachers, counselors, and special education staff continue to work together to meet the comprehensive needs of our student in the regular education classroom.

Parents and other service providers of children age 3 - 21 are encouraged to contact the Director of Special Services or special education teachers and guidance counselors at the local schools for assistance with questions and concerns regarding your child's educational needs.

Preschool (Ages 3-5)

Child Find screening, which take place annually, provides an opportunity for parents to refer preschool children for screening to determine whether they are in need of services prior to kindergarten. Although many children will be referred to Child Find, evaluations may take place at other times during the year, as needed. Preschool referrals should be directed to Mandy Roberge (Milan/Dummer/Errol) or Brooke Grondin (GRS Cooperative), Preschool Coordinator or Kim Bartoli-Brown Director of Special Services, at 466-3632.
Kindergarten - Grade 12

A continuum of services is provided to ensure that students have an optimum opportunity to succeed. Teams of professionals meet frequently to develop the optimum educational programs for the students in their schools.
Teachers, parents, agency affiliates, physicians and others who are involved with our students are encouraged to participate as part of each child's educational team.

If a student is experiencing difficulty academically, socially and/or emotionally, parents are encouraged to call the Director of Special Services or either the special education teachers or guidance counselors at the local schools. The Director of Special Services can be reached 466-3632 or kim.bartoli-brown@sau20.org