Special Needs Preschool

The special needs preschool is a program that targets children, ages 3-5, who have developmental delays or disabilities. Screenings of children can be done at any time during the year, but mass screenings are held on the first day of elementary school. Once the screenings are done, additional testing is scheduled for children that display areas of concern. If those test scores meet the state requirements for the disability, children will then be enrolled in the preschool program.

IEPs (Individual Education Plans) are written for each child that qualifies and are used to direct instruction for that child throughout the year.

Idaho E-Guidelines

Specialists:

Dianne Judd-Wade
Speech/Language Pathologist 208-630-6057  Ext 5181   Tuesday-Thursday

Speech-Language Pathology services are provided by Dianne. Students who receive SLP services may have difficulties with how they produce speech sounds or with producing speech fluently. Language difficulties include problems with understanding and using vocabulary, grammar, or social language skills appropriately for classroom success.

Kathy Dardis
Physical Therapist

Jason Hennig
School Psychologist

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