In accordance with state and federal mandates, SPCPA seeks out, assesses, and appropriately serves students with disabilities. School staff use a comprehensive child study process to systematically screen, assess, and, if appropriate, place students in special education services.
SPCPA is committed to providing a free, appropriate public education to students receiving special education services, crafting IEP or 504 plans to specifically address student goals in behavior and transition skills to support their post-secondary success. Student progress towards goals and objectives are regularly reported to parents/guardians through written progress reports and conferences.
Special Education Faculty
|Monica||Lonergan||Director of Special Education||lonerganm [at] spcpa.org|
|Karen||Albrecht||Special Education||albrechtk [at] spcpa.org|
|Alicia||Guild||Special Education||guilda [at] spcpa.org|
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