Department of Exceptional Students
To receive Special Education services, students must meet Georgia eligibility requirements. Once a student is determined to be eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), an IEP or Individualized Education Plan is written and services begin.
Out of County:
General Education: Students with disabilities are served in the general education classroom with no special education personnel support.
Consultation: Students with disabilities receive one hour / month of service.
Supportive: Students with disabilities receive service from paraprofessionals in a general education class.
Co-taught: Students with disabilities receive service from certified teachers in a general education class.
Special Education Class: Students with disabilities meet in a small group with a special education teacher. Support is offered in 6th - 8th grade Math, Language Arts, Reading Literacy, and Math Literacy. There are also a Self-contained Mild and Moderate Intellectually Disabled classes and an AU class.
Survival Tips for Parents
Parent Portal in Infinite Campus is a web-based application and allows you access to pertinent information about your child’s performance, attendance, health records. Information is available at Parent Portal Instructions.
itsLearning is our Learning Management System and our teachers post copies of assignments, calendars and other info that will help you help your child keep organized. Find information about itsLearning at itslearning FAQs for Parents.
Contact your child’s case manager to set up a parent/teacher conference or IEP meeting when needed.