Who do I talk to about helping my child?
Teacher and/or School Counselor: Your child’s classroom teacher and/or the school counselor is the best person to talk to if you have questions about your child’s performance in school. It is best to keep in good communication with your classroom teacher, as they are with your child the most during the school day. The classroom teacher and/or school counselor will be able to talk to you about next steps and connect you with resources that may help you in assisting your child. My child’s school has contacted me about interventions, RTI, MTSS. What does this mean?
Please follow these links for more information. Do not hesitate to meet with your classroom teacher or school counselor with any questions you have in regards to any of these processes.What is Rti and Mtss?MTSSWhat questions can I ask my child’s casemanager, classroom teacher, counselor, or service provider, before, during, or after and IEP Meeting?
Please follow the link for more information. Questions to ask Special education services; IEP and 504 Process
Please follow the link to learn about IEP’s and 504’s. Understanding IEP and 504 Disability Categories
Please follow the link below to learn about disabilities. Within each category you can click on the link for more information and resources. CDE Disabilities Categories
Possible Service Providers
Speech Language Pathologist
Orientation and Mobility Therapist
Please follow the link to learn more about student transitions to school, in school, or to a new school. Please ask your child’s case manager about appropriate transition supports for your child. Quick tips for a variety of transitions