Prekindergarten Students with Disabilities
Prekindergarten children with disabilities are capable of learning, achieving, and making developmental progress, and may need specially designed instruction and/or related services designed to address their disability and support their participation in appropriate activities with typically-developing peers. Related services may include occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, and/or physical therapy. Each Prekindergarten child with a disability has an IEP which documents their individual goals, supports, and services as determined by needs and strengths. Prekindergarten students with disabilities may have alternate goals outlined in their IEP.
For more information about special education support services for your child, please contact our Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) contact:
Jeanette Wojcik, Director of Elementary PPS, UPK, & CPSE