Special Education Staff


 Hello from the Special Education Department!  We miss all of you so much and hope you all are doing well.  

We have provided a list of resources, helpful websites, and ways that you can continue learning at home.  We hope that this list will guide you.  There are no expectations or requirements associated with this information.  Our first priority is the health and wellbeing of all of our students and families.  If you have specific questions, please contact your teacher or principal.

Here is an amazing mindfulness site for students.

Co-Vid 19 Social Story resource 

Believing in Achieving is an executive functioning resource for parents to browse. https://classroom.google.com/u/1/g/tg/NTQ1NDIzOTkxMzZa/NTQ5MzA4OTg5Mjla#u=MTQyNTQ4MDY3&t=f

Executive Functioning Reproducible Forms are just that... There are a number of planning forms, ranging from how to set or studentsup and track a morning routine, to long-term project planning sheets, to worksheets designed to solving emotional problems, through a problem solving process.

Khan Academy has resources and sample home learning schedules 

Speech and Language Resources-Corrie vanKampen

 

SPECIAL ED TEACHERS

Bolduc, Brad

Fenton, April

Hersey, Jeff

King, Julie

Peatfield, Stephanie

Quick, Autumn

Roberts, Tammy

Saylor, Dylane

Scott, Troy

Watson-Kurz, Jodie