We offer a variety of support services at Lincoln Trail: Special
Education, Remedial Reading, Speech/Language, Social Work, Occupational
Therapy, Physical Therapy, Vision, and Hard of Hearing.
Students who are experiencing learning difficulties are sometimes referred to
our Student Review Committee (SRC). This team consists of the classroom
teacher, a special education teacher, the principal, the school psychologist,
social worker, parents, and any other involved staff. The goal of this team
is to design interventions and develop accommodations to help the student be
successful in the regular education classroom. We will reconvene to discuss
the effectiveness of the interventions and
accommodations. Students who continue to have learning difficulties, after
interventions are attempted, are referred by the team for a full and
individual evaluation, which may include the areas of Health, Vision,
Hearing, Social Emotional Status, General Intelligence,Academic Performance,
Communication Status, and Motor Abilities. Within 60 school days after a
student has been referred for testing, the team will reconvene to determine
eligibility and what services the student should receive.
If your child is experiencing learning difficulties, please contact the
child's classroom teacher to discuss your concerns.