Welcome to Special Education-Student Services
Our Vision:The Office of Student Services believes students should learn and work together in an inclusive community where individual differences are valued and all students achieve their highest potential through equitable practice, wrap around support, social emotional development, and academic rigor.
Our Mission:The Office of Student Services builds strong relationships with students, families, colleagues, and community partners with a focus on transition planning, college readiness skills, and graduation. This is achieved through ongoing communication with all stakeholders, providing resources for a continuum of opportunities for students, and ensuring students have resiliency and a strong voice through advocacy to achieve their highest potential.
IEP Road Map Survey:
Thanks to those of you who filled out the survey during December. There's still time to enter for January's drawings, the link to the survey is below.
Department Spotlight Project SEARCH
This quarter's spotlight focuses on Project SEARCH. Project SEARCH is a high school transition program modeled on a nationally recognized program developed at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. The program provides transition-age students prepartation for competitive employment that takes place entirely at the host site. Student interns receive on the job training through worksite rotations as well as classroom instruction. The interns work with jobsite mentors, a licensed instructor, and a job coach. Interns receive continuous feedback. The goal is competitive employment for each intern.
Our first Project Search site is the Renaissance Hotel. Our student interns are learning skills in the Banquets and Catering, Style, and Kitchen departments. The staff at the Renasissance Hotel have wholeheartedly embraced our student interns and continue to work closely with them to ensure their success.
The Office of Student Services is pleased to Announce that the Reflective Roadmap is now available for Families and Staff online and from individual school sites.The Roadmap is a tool to help guide parents and guardians through the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process.
This document is provided in an effort to assist families and staff in creating a comprehensive and collaborative Individualized Educational Program. The Roadmap gives the opportunity for families to reflect on their student's needs, concerns, and goals for the future.
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Notice of Non-Discrimination and Web-Accessibility
The District prohibits bullying, cyber-bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination and/or retaliation in any of its educational programs/activities, employment, and employment opportunities. For the District's full Notice of Non-Discrimination statement as well as methods to address questions and concerns please visit our Notice of Non-Discrimination and Web Accessibility page.For more information, visit the Civil Rights Compliance Department page.