Mrs. Merril Lubiato

Phone: 803-925-2116

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Mrs. Merril Lubiato

Litaracy Coach

Mrs. Reta Simmons

Phone: 803-925-2116

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Mrs. Reta Simmons

Resource Teacher

Mrs. Rebekah Hullender

Phone: 803-925-2116

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Mrs. Rebekah Hullender

Resource Teacher

Mrs. Loriann Hudson

Phone: 803-925-2116

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Mrs. Loriann Hudson

Reading Recovery Teacher

Mrs. Jamie Stalls

Phone: 803-925-2116

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Mrs. Jamie Stalls

Speech Therapist

  • Special Services

    Special services are available for children with special needs.  Teachers licensed to provide special education services assist students identified with Autism, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Deaf-blindness, Developmental Delay, Emotional Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Multiple Disabilities, Orthopedic Impairment, Other Health Impairment, Specific Learning Disability, Speech-Language Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury, or Visual Impairment.  Parents who have questions concerning these programs may call the office.

     

    • Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504)- Section 504 is a federal law that requires public schools to make adjustments so that students with certain disabilities can learn and participate in settings like other students who do not have disabilities. To be eligible for services under Section 504, a student must have a condition that substantially limits one or more major life activities. A team decides if a student is eligible. The team should include the student’s parent or legal guardian, the student (if able), and others who know the student or know about the student’s disability, such as a teacher, a guidance counselor, a school nurse, and other school staff. If the student is eligible, the team develops an individual accommodation plan. The individual accommodation plan explains how the student’s needs will be met while at school and may include health services for the student during the school day if needed. To learn more about Section 504, contact the Director of Special Services at 803-684-1905.

     

    • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)- Students, ages 3 through 21 years, may receive services under the IDEA if the student needs special education and related services to benefit from his or her educational program. A team decides if a student qualifies for services under the IDEA. The team includes the student’s parent or legal guardian, teachers, and other school staff. The team develops an individualized education program (IEP) if the student meets federal and state requirements. The IEP outlines a plan for helping the student receive a free appropriate public education and meet goals set by the team. The IEP may include health services for the student during the school day if needed. To learn more about the IDEA, contact the Director of Special Services 803-684-1905.