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學生成就服務及特殊教育 (Student Achievement Services & Special Education)
Tony Poole
Frances Woolery-Jones
David Gudridge  
Susan Snowdon
Ron Lee
櫻桃溪學區學生成服務和特殊教育部門的使命是,防止學生誤認殘疾學生發展個化教育計畫  (IEP) 並忠於執行《個人殘疾教育法案IDEA 所規定的程為殘學生提供優質教學、最後,負責為殘疾學生的學習負起責任
·         特殊學習障礙
·         語音語言病理學
·         認知障礙
·         聽覺病矯治學
·         社會和情緒行為
·         視覺
·         過渡期
·         SWAP
·         聾人聽力困難
·         自閉症
·         感覺運動診療 OT/PT
·         回應干預 (RtI)
·         預防規劃
·         科羅拉多州特殊奧運會
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