How to Access Special Education Services for Preschool-Age Children

  • Where Do I Start? If you suspect that your child may have a disability and may require special education (including speech and language services) you may seek assessment from the school district.
    The purpose of this assessment is to determine if your child is a child with a disability who requires special education and related services. There are several steps in the assessment process.
  • 1. Contact Sevick School Contact us at: (619) 588-3146
    1609 East Madison Avenue El 澳门六合彩全年资料, CA 92018
    pkSPEDinfo@cajonvalley.net
  • 2. Provide Information About Your Child You will be provided with questionnaires about your child's development and your concerns to help us develop an individualized plan. We will also need your child's birth certificate, immunization record, and 2 proofs of residency within our district boundaries.
  • 3. Assessment Plan Once paperwork is returned to Sevick, an assessment plan will be developed within 15 days and sent to you for review.
    Indicate whether you consent to the assessment plan, sign the plan and return to Sevick.
  • 4. Assessor Assigned Once we receive your signed Assessment Plan, giving us consent for the evaluation, an assessment team or speech pathologist will be assigned to conduct the assessment. The assessment will be conducted within 60 days (not including school breaks in excess of 5 days).
  • 5. Vision and Hearing Our office will schedule an appointment at Sevick for the school nurse to test your child's vision and hearing as part of our assessment process.
  • 6. Assessment Appointment The assigned assessor(s) will call you to schedule your child's assessment appointment(s). Team assessments take place at Sevick. Speech and language assessments are conducted at various schools.
  • 7. IEP Meeting An IEP meeting will be held with you to discuss the assessment results and determine eligibility for special education services. If your child is found to be eligible, an Individualized Educational Program (IEP) will be developed and services offered.