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Special Ed

Welcome to Online Learning!

Please check your teacher's office hours located on their Class Page.  We can't wait to hear from you!  

As a special education team, we support the Adams 12 belief statement that “All students will become productive members of the workforce and community through effective teaching, evidence-based interventions and collaboration.” Our goal is to provide instruction and supports which will assist all students in becoming successful, life-long learners. 

Special Ed Classrooms

Mr. Ellis' Class

Subject: General Education
Welcome to Remote Online Learning! Here you will find student supports and activities to help navigate this "New Normal".  We are here for you and look forward to connecting with you and supporting your needs. Office Hours for Mr. Ellis...

Ms. Shannon's Occupational Therapy Class

Subject: General Education
Hello and welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!  I hope you all had a wonderful summer.   I miss seeing you all face to face but I am so excited to be working with you all remotely this fall.  Email me at if you...

Ms. O'Connor's Speech Class

Subject: General Education
Welcome to Online Learning!   I'm so glad that you are here!  I have e-mailed students and their parents with instructions on how so sign up in Seesaw so that I can share activities for students to practice their communication skills. Please...

Ms. Jere's Class

Subject: General Education
Welcome to Remote Online Learning! Here you can find lessons and activities to do at home.  I am happy to help answer questions during office hours.  Please email your questions.  If we need to talk, we can make arrangements for that.  I look...

Latest News

Generalizing Social Thinking

Posted: Thu, 01/30/2020 - 2:16pm One area that a lot of students with social-emotional issues have difficulty with is social thinking. That's why... Read More

10 Easy Tips to Support Language

Posted: Sun, 12/08/2019 - 7:59pm
Pay attention to body language, when a child is looking toward or reaching for something, they are communicating. Talk about what they are reaching for, “Oh, you want the bubbles!” Avoid the “say this” tendency.... Read More