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Serious Emotional Disabled

Ladwana Covington, SED Elementary Program Specialist
Tory Lawrence, SED Middle and High Program Specialist
EC Instructional Building
(910) 484.3391 
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The Serious/Emotional Disabled Program serves school age students, who after receiving specially designed educational support services and intervention strategies in the regular education setting, continue to exhibit long standing and regularly occurring patterns of situationally inappropriate interpersonal or intrapersonal behavior. The program offers several levels of services to meet student needs. The levels are described below and correspond with the “Continuum of Services” on the IEP. Behavior support and social skills training is available to meet the individual needs.

I.     REGULAR

A.    Consultative Services

B.    Resource Services-Supplemental services such as resource room or Itinerant instruction to be provided in conjunction with regular class placement.

C.    Resource Services with Academic Support

II.   SEPARATE CLASSES

A.    SED Resource Services with two or three periods of  Academic Support per day

B.    This placement is in a SED separate special classroom within the regular school setting. Mainstreaming into a regular classroom is incorporated as the student’s behavior improves and stabilizes. SED separate classes are offered at the elementary, middle school and high school levels.

 

 

 

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Published by Shonda Virgil on September 7, 2017
        
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