• Special Education


    The Midway Elementary Special Education staff is dedicated to providing service to identified students in both an inclusive as well as resource  learning environments.  Students are included in the general education environment and may receive resource classes dependent on their individual learning styles and needs.
    Speech-language therapy is provided by our speech teachers in both resource and inclusion settings for pre-school through fifth grades.  Students receive services through small group instruction and/or inclusion within the general education environment based on their individual needs.  This instruction focuses on the five major areas of communication: articulation, receptive and expressive language, voice, and fluency. The students are instructed using a variety of different modalities to ensure successful communication.

    Special education students are included in the general curriculum classes using the inclusion and resource model of instructional support. In addition, students may participate in Resource classes in order to receive specialized instruction in the areas of Reading Comprehension, Phonemic Awareness, Written Language, and Math based on the individual students needs and learning style.   




    Instruction is driven by the student's Individualized Educational Plan.  Instruction is also guided by the Standards of Excellence in order to help students scaffold the mastery of material.