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General education with consultation from Special Education staff.


General education with special education support less than 60% of the time (either in general education classes or in separate location).


Special education support 60% or more of school day (either in general education class or in separate location). This level of service may also be referred to as cross categorical.

The district has the following specialized instructional classrooms:

  • Emotional/Behavior Disorder Program (Primary Grades K-3, Intermediate Grades 4-5, Middle School  Grades 6-8, High School Grades 9-12)
  • Autism Program (Preschool)
  • Multi-needs Program (Grades K-5)
  • Functional Skills Program - FBI and Star Plus (Grades PreK-12)

Therapeutic Day School

Child receives specifically   designed instruction in a specialized school outside of district. The district must try to meet a student's needs in the least restrictive environment. However if the district is unable to meet the needs of the   student, he or she may be placed in a state approved private facility at   district cost. In this situation the district provides transportation to and   from the facility.


Child receives specially designed   instruction in a special school and lives on the grounds of program. In extreme situation the district can place a student in a residential facility.   This would serve as the least restrictive environment with the severity of   the nature of the disability that require a residential placement the district is generally working gin cooperation with other public agencies.

Home / Hospital Program

Child, with extraordinary needs that can't be met by public schools, receives specially designed instruction at home or in hospital. The service is available to students with heath problems, temporary illnesses, or injuries who will be out of school a minimum of ten consecutive instructional days and can provide a written statement from a physician. The homebound teacher will coordinate the   homebound instruction with the student's classroom teacher(s) and use the  same textbooks the student is using in the classroom if possible. Five hours of direct instruction per week is provided.