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Curriculum Course Guide

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Special Education

Special Education (SPED) courses are available to meet the needs of students with exceptionalities and qualify under IDEA.  Students receive specially designed instruction to access the general education curriculum, with services outlined by the Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

SPED services and placements are determined in accordance with IDEA, KSDE guidelines and are outlined in the student's IEP.  Delivery of services may include academic support, direct instruction, co-teaching (general education instruction with push in support), and/or specialized programming.  

To learn more about SPED services and course placements, please contact the Department of Special Education at 913-627-5600 or call or text the SPED Parent Support Line at 913-608-4696.

English Language Learners (ESOL)

English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses are available to meet the needs of emergent multilingual students who have limited English language proficiency. Eligibility for ESOL services and courses are determined by the Kansas English Language Proficiency Assessment Placement (KELPA-P) test and ESOL teacher recommendation. English language proficiency support is offered through ELD courses, sheltered instruction, co-teaching, or mainstream instruction with push-in support. To learn more about ESOL services and course offerings, please contact the Department of ESOL and Migrant Programs at 913-627-5626.

General Questions/Inquiries

For general questions or inquiries about non-SPED or non-ESOL curriculum/courses, please contact your building counselors or administrators.