Special Education Program Descriptions

Program Program Description Grades
Autism Serves students who may need discrete trial training, sensory integration strategies, and visual systems to address academic, social skills, and communication skill maintenance. K-12
Behavior Disability Serves students with social and emotional needs who require an environment with clear implementation of behavior and classroom management strategies and supports. It has a lower student-teacher ratio for success. K-12
Cognitive Disability-Mild Serves students with mild intellectual disabilities who need academic instruction with modifications to the curriculum. K-12
Cognitive Disability-Moderate Serves students who have moderate intellectual disabilities that need academic, life skills, vocational opportunities , and community-based instruction. K-12
Learning Language Disabilities-Mild to Moderate Serves students who are struggling in literacy and/or math. Students receive individualized instruction in a class with a lower student-teacher ratio. K-12
Learning Language Disabilities-Severe Serves students who may have moderate to significant academic deficits. Students receive individualized instruction in a class with a lower student-teacher ratio. K-12
Multiple Disabilities Serves students with various disabilities who may have academic, medical, and cognitive deficits. Students receive individualized instruction in a lower student-teacher ratio. K-12
Preschool Child with a Disability Serves preschool children with developmental delays, autism, and medically complex issues with developmentally appropriate instruction. Pre-K
Auditory Impairment Serves students who are deaf/hard of hearing with interpreters and deaf/hard of hearing teachers and American Sign Language (ASL). K-12
In-Class Resource Program This program serves students with disabilities who receive academic instruction in a content area by a special education teacher within a general education classroom. K-12
Out-of-Class Resource This program serves students with disabilities who receive academic instruction in a content area by a special education teacher outside of a general education classroom K-8