Special Education

Programs and Services

Following the individual student evaluation, a variety of recommendations are possible. The alternatives include:

  1. No Special Education Services — The student would remain in the regular class and receive regular instruction/accommodations.
  2. In-Class Supplementary Instructional Services — The student would remain in the regular class and receive supplementary instructional services in core academic areas as appropriate, or materials provided to the regular classroom teacher by academic specialists.
  3. Resource Programs — The student remains in his/her regular classroom for part of the day and is also scheduled to work with the special education teacher for a period of time for remediation in core academic areas as appropriate.
  4. Self-contained Programs — Based on the nature and/or severity of a student's disability(-ies), he/she may benefit from spending the majority of the day with a special education teacher.
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Stay Informed

Highlights

  • JANUARY MONTHLY MEETING

    Join us for the January Monthly Meeting and Educational Program. Our program will be an opportunity to meet in small groups with various PVSchools Cabinet members and new Directors, and to have open discussions.

  • JANUARY GIFTED SEMINAR

    Join UPC and PVSchools Gifted Education Department for our January 25, 2017 seminar, Gifted in the Middle: Exploring the Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Middle School Students

  • FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEETING

    Don't miss the February Monthly Meeting and Educational Program on February 15, 2017. Our program will address Middle School preparation and the transition to high school. It will be presented by Koni Withers, PVUSD Lead Counselor.

  • CALLING ALL UPC REPRESENTATIVES!

    Send in your membership form for 2016-17 today!

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