School for
Young Children

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Children who are considered for admission to the school are between the ages of five and a half and twelve, and require specialized services to profit from instruction. Individualized assessment is required prior to admission to the program.

Children may also meet one of the following criteria:

  1. Children who demonstrate a pattern of strengths and weaknesses as determined by qualified personnel.

  2. Children with academic deficits in the areas of language (oral and written) and/or mathematics.

  3. Children who fall into the slow-learner category and continuously require support services of small group instruction.

  4. Children who are failing to achieve in general education programs.

  5. Children whose learning problems are not primarily caused by the results of emotional, intellectual, or sensory deficits.
Criteria for Admission