Special Programs

  • Kathryn Coleman, Director of Student Services

    Areas of responsibility: special education, Section 504, preschool, civil rights

    (206) 463-8532

    Tory Gateman, Adminstrative Assistant for Student Services

    (206) 463-8528

    Stephanie Spencer, Director of Teaching and Learning

    Areas of responsibility: English language development (transitional bilingual), highly capable, learning assistance, Title I

    (206) 463-8531

    Sherry Mitra, Data Analyst

    (206) 463-8530

     

    PRESCHOOL (FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS, PLEASE CLICK HERE.)

    CHAUTAUQUA DEVELOPMENTAL PRESCHOOL

    ECEAP (MI ESCUELITA)

    SECTION 504 (Americans with Disabilities Act ADA) provides a plan of accommodations for students with a disability that adversely effects their access to education.  If you have questions, please contact Kathryn Coleman.

    SPECIAL EDUCATION provides specially designed instruction to students with a disability that adversely affects their academic progress. If you have questions about special education services, please contact Kathryn Coleman or Tory Gateman.

    CHILD FIND is the process of referral, screening, evaluation, and identification of students in need of special education services. Contact Tory Gateman for more information.

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM provides services to students, kindergarten through 12th grade, who are learning English as their second language. If you have questions, please contact Stephanie Spencer.

    HIGHLY CAPABLE PROGRAM provides a range of services to students who have been designated as "Highly Capable" through our district's selection process. If you have questions, please contact Stephanie Spencer.

    LEARNING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LAP) Reading program provides supplemental academic support to students in grades K-5 who are below grade level or who are otherwise academically at risk in reading. If you have questions, please contact Stephanie Spencer.

    TITLE I Math program provides supplemental academic support to students in grades K through 5 who are below grade level or who are otherwise academically at risk in math. If you have questions, please contact Stephanie Spencer.