Special Education Services
Eagleswood Elementary School offers special education services in compliance with State and Federal regulations. Child Study Team members are available to identify and diagnose children with learning disabilities and to provide consultation and intervention services. Parents/guardians and adult students have the right to inspect and review student records as outlined under Notification of Rights (FERPA) page 19 of this handbook as well as the right to place a statement in the student record commenting upon the information in the record or setting forth their reasons for disagreement with the decision of the district.
Parents who need more information regarding special education services offered in the district are invited to contact their child's teacher, the Superintendent or the Coordinator of the Child Study Team, Jaclyn DiCapua.
Project Child Find
The Eagleswood Township School District is conducting a community-wide effort to find children, ages 3-21, who may be developmentally delayed in some way and in need of special education programs and services. If your child has trouble speaking, seeing, hearing, walking, running, or manipulating small objects, he/she may be experiencing developmental delays.
For more information, please contact Jaclyn DiCapua, the Coordinator of the Child Study Team at (609) 597-3663.
To obtain a Child Find Form Click Here.