"DREAM BIG”With The
Woodstown-Pilesgrove Child Study Team
A wide variety of special education programs are available for students between the ages of 3 and 21 who require specialized instruction and/or related services such as speech/language services, occupational therapy and physical therapy in order to meet their educational needs. Educational program options include: instruction in a regular class with all the necessary and appropriate supports, supplemental instruction, resource center programs, special class programs within the school district, special education programs in out-of-district public or private schools, individual instruction at home, in medical institutions or other appropriate facilities.
The CST provides a school-based mechanism to enable school personnel to meet the needs of individual children within the school who are having difficulty in the educational setting. Our team is child-centered and facilitates a process that results in the implementation of accommodations, services, and interventions that will enable the child to be successful in school. The options to be considered exist along a wide continuum of support, ranging from mild accommodations to extensive intervention and may be available within the public school system or located elsewhere in the community.Please click the links below for more information.NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS:From The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities3 New COVID-19 Resources About Face Masks---------------------POAC Autism Support During COVID-19WORKING WITH OUR EXCEPTIONAL INDIVIDUALS DURING THECOVID-19 PANDEMIC - Strengthening reading comprehension and addressing sensory needs!
WPRSD Special Education Parent Advisory Group