Located in Brookside School, the Department of Special Services is where you can contact the members of the Child Study Team. The members of the Child Study Team are dedicated to helping students achieve success in the academic, social, and emotional domains. As you navigate through this section of the District website, you will find information on workshops and programs available through various County and State organizations. The information in this sections is updated regularly as new information becomes available.
For parents who wish to request a Child Study Team evaluation for their child, please be aware of the District Policy 2460, #18, which states:
"The school district will not accept the use of electronic mail from the parent(s) to submit requests to a school official regarding referral, identification, evaluation, classification, and the provisions of a free, appropriate public education."
All requests must be submitted in writing and signed by the parent(s). If you wish to review this policy, click here and you will be redirected to this section of the District Policies. Please open the link for Policy 2460, Special Education/Sending Districts and scroll down to #18. To review a flowchart which identified the timeline for the Special Education process, kindly click here.
District Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC):
The District will be holding four SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Committee) meetings throughout the 2016-2017 school year. All parents are invited to attend these meetings. Information on the SEPAC meetings are sent via Constant Contact. If you have a suggestion for a topic for an upcoming SEPAC meeting, please contact me directly.
If you have any questions regarding special education programs or
services, please feel free to contact me and I will be happy to address
your concerns or questions.