Presentation on theme: "Jefferson City Public Schools. Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) Special Education English for Speakers of Other Languages Services (ESOL) Reading."— Presentation transcript:
Jefferson City Public Schools
Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) Special Education English for Speakers of Other Languages Services (ESOL) Reading Recovery and Literacy Coaching 504 Health Services Gifted Evaluations Summer School
5,386 students receive some level of support through special services 59%
Early Childhood Special Education 139 School Aged Students 1002 Total 1,141 Parent Placed Private School Students 95
Inside the regular classroom more than 79%72% Inside the regular classroom 40-79% 7% Inside the regular classroom less than 40%10% Public Separate Day Facility 0% Private Separate Day Facility 0% Homebound/Hospital 1% Private Residential 0% Correctional Facility 0% PPPS 10% State Operated Separate School 0%
School Psychological Examiners 8.5 Prenger Family Center 1 Preferred Family Health.5 Early Childhood Special Ed.15.5 Speech/Language Pathologists14 Resource Teachers41.5 Occupational Therapists 6.5 Physical Therapists 3.5 Self-contained Special Ed. 11 VI Teacher 1 OH Teachers 2 HI Teacher.2 Adapted Physical Education 2.5 HI Interpreters 2
Mrs. Sarah Porter, Coordinator Certified staff 4.5 Non-certified staff8 Number of students served: Public 192 Non-public 0
Teacher Leaders:Mrs. Karen Thom Mrs. Julie Schaefer Number of Reading Recovery/Literacy Coaches 17.5 Reading Recovery and Literacy Coaching
504 Section 504 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a federal law that prohibits discrimination against persons with disabilities in any program or activity that receives federal financial assistance from the U.S. Dept. of Education. Under 504, a person with a disability is defined as an individual who: 1.Has a mental or physical impairment that SUBSTANTIALLY limits one or more major life activities; 2.Has a record of such an impairment; or 3.Is regarded as having such impairment. JCPS currently has 130 students receiving services under Section 504.
Health Services Ms. Jeanie Rademan, RN Coordinator 7 registered nurses 8 licensed practical nurses 3 health room aides
EER- Exploration, Enrichment, and Research Elementary (grades 3-5) 112 Parochial 28 and Public 84 Middle School (grades 6-8) 107 TJMS 70 and LCMS 37 Referral Process
Summer School 2012 Summary ECSE49 Pre K-5 enrollment 1226 Middle School enrollment 181 Simonsen and JCHS 660 Total enrollment 2116 Average daily attendance=91% Pre-K-grade 8 Remedial Instruction Grade 9-12 Credit (855 half units earned) Most popular courses: Drivers Ed., PE, and Health Certified Staff 126 (full time) and 73 (part time) Support Staff 87
South Elementary 14 students in grades 2-4 attended Average daily attendance was 96% Average Reading Gain (SRI) 112 points Average Math Gain 20% (pre/post test) 82% of the extended summer school students demonstrated an increased SRI score in September compared to 53% who did not attend summer school.