In order to identify students who may be eligible for special education, various screening activities are conducted on an ongoing basis. These screening activities may include: hearing, vision, physical and speech/language sceening, a review of group-based data (cumulative academic records, ability and achievement test scores, enrollment records, report cards, and health records) as well as review by the building level team. When screening suggests a student may need special education services, the District with written parental consent, conduct an evaluation. The evaluation is conducted by a licensed school psychologist.
Parents who suspect their child may need special education services may also submit a written request for an evaluation to the school principal.