Stanislaus County Office of Education (SCOE) Special Education provides direct and indirect support services for students with special needs and their families throughout the county, in school settings or in the home. Specialized services are provided to students from birth to age 22, supporting district programs, operating SCOE programs on district campuses and at our own two schools on Stonum Road in Modesto (off Hatch Road in Ceres), Margaret L. Annear and John F. Kennedy Schools. Staff work closely with students to help them reach their individual goals and to provide the opportunity for each student to achieve his or her full potential.
Provided by specialists, allowing students to benefit from their special education program.
|Adapted P.E. Teachers||Orientation and Mobility Instructors|
|Assistive Technology Specialist||Readiness Teachers|
|Augmentative Communication Specialist||Resource Specialists|
|Behavior Specialists||School Nurses|
|Inclusion Specialists||School Psychologists|
|Itinerant Specialists for Deaf, Blind and Orthopedically Impaired||Speech/Language Pathologists|
|Mental Health Clinicians||Vocational Education Teachers|
2018/2019 SPECIAL EDUCATION CALENDARS
2018-2019 Educational Options
2018-2019 John F. Kennedy
2018-2019 Margaret L. Annear
2018-2019 SCOE Autism SDC (Chrysler, Prescott)
2018-2019 SCOE Autism SDC (Empire, Stroud, Hughes)
2018-2019 SCOE Autism SDC (Mesa Verde, Cardozo)
2018-2019 SCOE Autism SDC (Sisk)
2018-2019 SCOE DHH (Hart Ransom)
2018-2019 SCOE Salida School Union (SMS ED, Sisk ED)
2018-2019 SCOE School Inclusion Support
2018-2019 SCOE Stanislaus Union (Prescott ED)
2018-2019 SCOE Sylvan (Woodrow ED, Ustach ED)
To provide a comprehensive educational program for severe, non-severe
and low-incidence disabled students ranging from birth to 22 years of age.
To create educational programs that are designed to meet the unique needs
and abilities of individual students who have been identified as having special needs.
To maximize each student's opportunity to achieve his or her full potential.
To develop collaborative relationships with families and public/private agencies with interests in children and adults with disabilities.
To provide support services to enrolled students that allow them every opportunity
to be educated in their home school or as close to their home as possible.
Itinerant professionals are skilled and trained, provide support to students with severe developmental, speech, language, hearing, health, orthopedic, or vision impairments to be successful in general education classes in their neighborhood schools.
Special Day Class teachers, instructional assistants and itinerant professionals provide specially designed instruction for students with similar disabilities. These services and classrooms are located on general education school sites which enable students to participate with non-disabled peers to the greatest extent possible.
Through the caring and commitment of public education and effective leadership and instruction, we empower students and parents by supporting independence, providing opportunities through implementation of best practices, and establishing partnerships for life-long learning.
Our impact on individuals with disabilities and their families will provide independence, opportunity and hope for the future.