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How We Address the Needs of Our Children Karen Jordan, CSE Chairperson Croton-Harmon Union Free School District October 20, 2011.

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1 How We Address the Needs of Our Children Karen Jordan, CSE Chairperson Croton-Harmon Union Free School District October 20, 2011

2 Educational Assessments TC Assessments DRA Orchard Math Informal Observations RCTs in Reading, Writing, Math, Science, US History, Global Studies Regents in English, US History, Integrated Algebra, Earth Science, Living Environment, Global Studies Cognitive Testing Test of Memory and Learning BASC Connors Parent/Teacher CBT Speech and Language Assessments CELF screener Core subtest of CELF Goldman Fristoe Informal Assessments Occupational Therapy ETCH Visual Motor Integration Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test Informal Assessments Screenings/Assessments Used for RTI/IST/Child Study Teams

3 Preventative Services at CET Response to Intervention Team Response to Intervention Team Reading Reading Writing Writing Math Math OT building level supports OT building level supports -Handwriting program -Fine Motor Olympics -Adaptive Integrated Movement Group(AIM) Speech and Language short-term services Speech and Language short-term services -Communication Café-social skills development -Articulation Group -R Group for Kindergarten Counseling Counseling Assistive Technology Assistive Technology

4 Preventative Services at PVC Instructional Support Team Instructional Support Team Reading Reading Writing Writing Math Math OT building level supports OT building level supports -Adaptive Integrated Movement Group(AIM) -Assistive technology Speech and Language short-term services Speech and Language short-term services -Lunch Bunch Counseling Counseling

5 Preventative Services at CHHS Child Study Team Child Study Team Additional reading services for students in 9 th and 10 th grade Additional reading services for students in 9 th and 10 th grade Consultant Teacher model for Earth Science and Math grade 9 Consultant Teacher model for Earth Science and Math grade 9 Test Center Test Center Counseling Counseling Assistive technology Assistive technology

6 Educational Assessments Key Math 3 KTEA II Slingerland Toma DAB2 Cath Kaufman Slingerland Developmental Tasks for Kindergarten Readiness-II DAB3 FRI TOWRE TOMAL TOWL-2 WIAT III Woodcock Johnson Achievement GORT TC Assessments DRA Orchard Math Informal Observations RCTs in Reading, Writing, Math, Science, US History, Global Studies Regents in English, US History, Integrated Algebra, Earth Science, Living Environment, Global Studies Cognitive Testing WISC IV WPPSI III Beery Bender Test of Memory and Learning BASC Connors Parent/Teacher Connors Continuous Performance NEPSY GADS Stanford Binet IV Edition Reynolds Child Depression Scale KTEA II Brief Form TAT Cards WAIS-IV WAIS-III Assessments in District to be used for Students Suspected of a Disability and Reevaluations

7 Speech and Language Assessments The Fluhary-2 The Clinical Evaluation of Fundamentals Revised (CELF-R) Language Processing Test-3 (LPT-3) Test of Word Finding Test of Auditory Perceptual Skills Revised (TAPS-R) Test of Early Written Language (TEWL) The Goldman Fristoe Test of Articulation – 2 (GFTA-2) Test of Pragmatic Language Test of Narrative Language The Stuttering Severity Instrument For Children and Adults Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing (C-TOPP) Expressive One Word Picture Vocabulary Test Receptive One Word Picture Vocabulary Test Test of Language Development-Primary (TOLD-P:3) OWLS The Listening Test The Test of Adolescent Word Finding The OWLS (Written Expression Scale) The TOAL-3 Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy Sensory Profile Test of Visual Perceptual TOWL III ETCH Visual Motor Integration Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test PDMS Informal Assessment

8 Continuum of Services for a student with an IEP General Education with Related Services General Education with Related Services -Speech and Language Therapy -Occupational Therapy -Physical Therapy -Teacher of the Visually Impaired -Teacher of the Deaf -Counseling Resource Room Resource Room Consultant Teacher Consultant Teacher Special Class Special Class AIS Services AIS Services

9 Focus Programs that address the needs of all of our students while providing an appropriate education in the least restrictive environment

10 How do we know when it makes a difference? Declassification rate over the past 4 years students CPSE/CSE Declassified students CPSE/CSE Declassified students CPSE/CSE Declassified students CPSE/CSE Declassified Further information to be gathered: Further information to be gathered: How many children have been brought to RTI/IST? How many children have been brought to RTI/IST? How many children have been referred to the Committee on Special Education? How many children have been referred to the Committee on Special Education? How many children have been referred to the 504 Committee? How many children have been referred to the 504 Committee? How many children have been found eligible for services? How many children have been found eligible for services? What assessments are we using and the impact on test scores? What assessments are we using and the impact on test scores?


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