Huron School District #2-2

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Programs Special Services

Welcome to Special Services

We all have special needs at various times in our lives. Sometimes individuals are able to seek out and/or realize how and what supports are necessary to meet their own special needs; others may not know what, how, or where to find support.

If you feel your child or someone else's child has a special need, please contact our office or a building principal.  We will offer suggestions on how to access support for the identified special need(s) of the student to ensure a positive educational experience.

Review Special Services Descriptions

Staff Links

Parent Rights (procedural safeguards) 

Spanish Parent Rights (procedural safeguards)

Karen Parent Rights (procedural safeguards)

Eligibility Guide for Special Education in SD 

FERPA

Elementary Programs and Staffing

Early Childhood Marisa Krekelberg
Kindergarden /1st Resource Room and DLC Julie Kasperson
Paige Hohertz
2nd/3rd DLC           Kristie Christensen
4th/5th DLC Todd Preston
Social Learning Classroom

Megan Hein

Amanda Ladwig

Resource Room

Carol Buesing

Barb Myhre

Michelle Vissia

Stacey Westby

Middle School Programs and Staffing

Resource Room  

Brooke King

Lindsy Edwards

Truman Savery

Sue VandenHoek

Developmental Learning Classroom                  

Amanda Katzenberger

 

   

High School Programs and Staffing

Resource Room

Terri Schlader
Kris Lavallee

Development Learning Classroom    Samantha Kruse
Social Learning Classroom/Resource Room Kari Eulberg
Our Home

Gordon Foss
Jeanne Olsen
Pam Weger
Mary Helen Wipf

Speech / Language Program

Clinicians                               Juliana Janssen
Lori Liebing
Angel Dubro
Susan Peterson
ProPt
CORE 

Special Services Support Staff

Occupational Therapy Lisa Strubel
Physical Therapy ProPT
Social Worker Linda Hanks
Deaf Educator Nadine Savery
School Psychologist Kathleen Wilson
Melissa Krogman
Academic Evaluator Kelly Rotert

Section 504 of The Rehabilitation Act and Americans with Disabilities Act

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION

It is the policy of Huron School District that no student shall, on the basis of disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any district educational program or activity receiving assistance.

Equal opportunity is a priority of the Huron School District.

Any person having inquiries concerning the school's compliance with the regulations implementing Section 504 is directed to contact:

 Site 504 Coordinator:               Lori Wehlander                                                               

 School:                  Huron School District                                                                  

 Phone/Fax:                     605-353-6997                        

Section 504 of The Rehabilitation Act and Americans with Disabilities Act-ENG/SP  

Section 504 of The Rehabilitation Act and Americans with Disabilities Act-KAREN                                          

 

Huron School District

Rationale on 10 or more students taking the Alternative Assessment 

Rationale: The Huron School District strives to keep students in the district.  We offer programs for students with severe disabilities and needs.  Our Developmental Learning Classrooms and Social Skills Classrooms at all levels across the district implements individualized instruction, specific behavior interventions, adaptive behavior strategies and instruction and curriculum driven by the South Dakota Core Content Connectors.  We also serve a vast array of ESL students that have moved in with additional needs.  We strive to educate all students in our district with the programs offered, least restrictive environments and providing services locally instead of out of district placements. We offer programs that can meet the intensive and structured learning environments for students in the least restrictive way in order for them to not move to an out of district placement.  The Huron School District annually reviews the criteria for the Alternative Assessment at each IEP meeting to determine if individual students meet the criteria.  The IEP teams use the Guidance for IEP Teams on Participation Decisions on the Alternate Assessment of South Dakota Content Standards and look at data to see if students continue to meet the criteria.