USD 261

Student Support Services

What is Support Services?

The Department of Student Support Services includes:

  • Parent As Teachers Program
  • Early Childhood Programs
  • District Special Education Programs

Student support services are here to provide support to families and students in the Haysville community. Students will be provided with sound academic opportunities to facilitate their developmental, emotional, social, and vocational potential. It is our task to provide demanding programs appropriate for all levels of ability. The goal of Student Support Services is to implement this philosophy into practice for students with disabilities and to ensure that children with disabilities receive a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment.

 

Educational Services for All children

Student Support Services facilitates the delivery of special education services in Haysville Public Schools. In the provision of special education and related services, the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) and the Student Support Services Department adhere to all state and federal regulations governing special education. These mandates include but are not limited to: 1. The identification and referral of children in need of special education and related services; 2. The provision of a free, appropriate public education; 3. Administration of nondiscriminatory, multidisciplinary evaluations; 4. The advisement of a parent’s right to due process; 5. Provide notice to parents before any special education action is taken and advise parents of their right to protest such placement through due process proceedings; 6. The development of an individualized education program for all children prior to placement in special education; 7. Informing and ensuring parents of access to records and the safeguarding of each student’s confidentiality; 8. Informing parents of the destruction of personally identifiable information when it is no longer needed and the parents’ right to request or deny such destruction; 9. Comprehensive re-evaluation of special education students at least every three years.

 

Childfind

Haysville Public Schools provides public notice to all patrons of the availability of special education services and related services for all students (ages birth through 21 years of age) residing within the school district. This includes children who attend public or private schools, home school, migrant, homeless or are wards of the State.

Adaptive PE

Student Services

Assistive Technology Services include any service that directly assists an individual with a disability in the selection, acquisition, or use of an Assistive Technology devise.” (IDEA, Title 34 CFR, Se. 300.6)

 

If a student needs Assistive Technology (AT) to receive a free and appropriate public education (FAPE), the school must provide it at no cost to the parents. The IDEA requirements state, “each public agency shall ensure that AT devices or AT services or both…are made available to a child with a disability if required as a part of the child’s
• special education
• related services
• supplementary aids and services
(IDEA, Title 34 CFR, 300.308)

All children eligible to receive specially designed instruction through an IEP must be considered for assistive technology. The team must ask, “What is it we want the student to be able to do within his/her education program, that he/she isn’t able to because of his/her disability?”

 

Haysville Public Schools provides public notice to all patrons of the availability of special education services and related services for all students (ages birth through 21 years of age) residing within the school district. This includes children who attend public or private schools, home school, migrant, homeless or are wards of the State.

 

Located at:

2515 E. OSIE
WICHITA, KS 67211

JOHN PENKA, PRINCIPAL

Some special education students still have a need for continued education after their senior year to achieve the goals from their IEP. Students enrolled at Campus High School who have been evaluated and categorized for special education services can be considered for placement within the Project LIFE program as deemed appropriate and/or necessary by the Individual Education Program (IEP) Team.

Project LIFE is a combined education and work experience program that is giving high school students and young adult “interns” with developmental disabilities the opportunity to learn and build skills leading to future employment and a more independent adulthood.

Founded upon research-based educational and job training practices, Project LIFE interns are working to become proficient in: Team Building, Soft SKills, Basic Technology, Gaining Employment, Work Place Safety, Social Communication, Financial Literacy, and Maintaining Employment. (Can you make the list in 2 columns?)

 

Count Your Kid In

 

Count Your Kid In

Count Your Kid In Clinics screen children’s hearing and vision. Children are also screened in the developmental areas of language, academic concepts and motor skills. The screening helps with early identification of potential delays and is required for enrollment in the Haysville Pre-Kindergarten Program. All screenings and evaluation services are free to USD 261 residents. To sign up for a screening click HERE.

Count Your Kid In screenings are offered monthly free of charge to all Haysville Pre-Kindergarten children.

 

Pre-Kindergarten Program

Haysville School District is able to offer pre-kindergarten to eligible four year old children through the Preschool-Aged At-Risk grant. To be eligible the students or families meet at least one qualifying factor in the below list.

  • Single-parent family
  • Qualify for free or reduced lunch
  • Limited English proficiency
  • Either parent lacking high school diploma or GED
  • Teen parent family
  • Child qualifies for migrant status
  • DCF referral
  • Lower than expected developmental progress

There are a limited number of openings, meeting an eligibility requirement does not guarantee enrollment. There are also a very limited number of openings for four-year old children who do not meet any of the eligibility criteria of the grant. The district is also able to offer preschool services to a limited number of three year old children. Beginning at the start of the 2022/23 school year, three year old students will be selected through a lottery system. In order to be eligible to attend any preschool program in our district the child is expected to have attended a Count Your Kid in Screening. Call 554-2233 to set up a screening appointment today.

 

Gifted Program Mission Statement
To promote an understanding about gifted students and their educational and social/emotional needs among educators, administrators, parents, and anyone interested in the needs of gifted children.
To communicate through a supportive learning community information to all interested parties about the latest issues, best-practices and research in the field of education of the gifted.

Kansas State Definition of Giftedness:
KAR 91-40-1 (cc): "Gifted" means performing or demonstrating the potential for performing at significantly higher levels of accomplishment in one or more academic fields due to intellectual ability, when compared to others of similar age, experience or environment.

Federal Definition of Giftedness:
Located in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, see 20 USC6301 et seq.,
Students, children, or youth who give evidence of high achievement capability in areas such as intellectual, creative, artistic, or leadership capacity, or in specific academic fields, and who need services and activities not ordinarily provided by the school in order to fully develop those capabilities.

 

Differentation for All

Enrichment
Planning options that stretch the curriculum and challenge students to explore related areas and interests.

Acceleration
Providing the opportunity for students to move more rapidly through a particular curricular sequence without regard to age or setting.

Compacting
Adapting the regular curriculum by either eliminating work that has already been mastered or streamlining work that may be mastered at a quicker pace.

Mentorships
Students work with a resource teacher, media specialist, parent volunteer, older student, or community member who can guide their growth in a particular area. Some mentorships may focus on design and execution of advanced projects, some on exploration of particular work settings, some on effective development, and some on combinations of goals.

Definitions taken from Effective Practices for Gifted Education in Kansas, August 2001.

 

Identification

Students are screened for the gifted program through the Student Improvement Team (SIT) process and using the following criteria:

  • Communication between staff and the gifted coordinator
  • Classroom observation
  • Review of records
  • Additional IQ/achievement testing
  • Parent input

 

Extra-Curricular

Elementary

  • Student-Led News Programs

Middle School

  • National Junior Honor Society
  • Scholars' Bowl
  • Spelling Bee
  • Duke Talent Search
  • Hawk TV

High School

  • National Honor Society
  • Scholars' Bowl
  • International Baccauleate Program

 

Gifted Facilitators

Karla Jeardoe, High School
(316)554-2236
kjeardoe@usd261.com

Sally Holliday, Elementary
(316)554-2350, (316)554-2333
sholiday@usd261.com

Ashley Aulbach, Elementary & MS
(316)554-2370, (316)554-2290
aaulbach@usd261.com

Kent Hicks, Elementary
(316)554-2281, (316)554-2273
kehicks@usd261.com

The main goal of general education interventions is to provide a systemic approach to meet the needs of all students and to use resources in the most effective and efficient way enabling every child to be successful. This is accomplished by:

 

  • Being prevention oriented by knowing who needs support early and putting supports in place

  • Implementing evidence-based interventions for all students tailoring interventions based on student need.

  • Using progress monitoring data to know when to make changes in instruction and interventions.

These practices set up a system to assist at-risk students who are already experiencing school difficulties with interventions that can prevent additional problems.

 

The Hearing Impaired Services are designed to meet the educational and communication needs of students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Intensive language instruction and speech therapy in the resource room support the curriculum in the regular classroom. Further support is provided by Signing Exact English (SEE) interpreters throughout the day. Comprehensive hearing evaluations, hearing aids, and FM systems, as well as, repair and maintenance of equipment are provided by the contracted Audiologist who provides services for Haysville or the students’ personal audiologist.

 

District Mandt Trainer: Angie Estell, Amy Bedient, and Craig McDaniel

The Mandt System is a systematic training program designed to de-escalate yourself and other people when you or they have difficulty managing behavior. The Mandt System believes all people have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. Mandt techniques are implemented for behavioral modification intervention. Proactive interaction is practiced to eliminate unnecessary conflicts. The students are taught appropriate skills in dealing with their emotions prior to, during, and after a challenging situation. The Mandt goal is not to repress or destroy emotions but to accept the feelings and direct them to constructive ends.

The Mandt System is utilized by staff throughout the district when working with students with disabilities. This training supports the district belief that all individuals should be seen as people first and that a person has the right to a personal identity, the right to normalization, and the right to the least restrictive and most appropriate environment.

The Mandt System training is provided to USD 261 employees yearly.

 

Occupational or Physical Therapy are related services available for students who have a motor impairment which affects their ability to successfully access and participate in their educational setting and activitites. Registered/Licensed therapists provide evaluation services then use a team approach involving staff, students and families to develop therapy interventions to support the students's educational goals and to assist the student in becoming as independent and successful as possible in their educational program while remaining in the student's Least Restrictive Environment.

Related services, such as OT and PT, are developmental, corrective, and supportive services required to assist a child, who has been identified as a child with an exceptionality, to benefit from special education services. Generally, when needed, related services are provided in addition to special education instruction. Once the child has been identified as a child with an exceptionality the child need not meet the eligibility criteria for another area of exceptionality in order to receive related services. The individualized education program (IEP) team determines what additional services are necessary for the child to benefit from the special education services. The IEP team must consider each child's goals and the services or supports needed to assist the child to achieve them. The student must meet eligibility requirements to qualify for services as a portion of their educational program.

 

Parents as Teachers (PAT) is a parent education and family support program serving families throughout pregnancy until their child reaches the age of 5. Parents are supported by PAT-certified parent educators trained to translate scientific information on early brain development into specific when, what, how and why advice for families. By understanding what to expect during each stage of development, parents can easily capture the teachable moments in everyday life to enhance their child's language development, intellectual growth, social development and motor skills

Visit Parents As Teachers Website

 

Haysville School Psychologists have specialized training in both psychology and education.  Their primary goal is to support students’ ability to function successfully in the educational setting.  School Psychologists provide screening, assessment, and intervention for students who are experiencing difficulty with academic achievement, social/emotional status, and development.  Additional areas of focus include parent and teacher consultation, individual and group counseling, classroom design and preventative techniques.

School Psychologists play a critical role in the school building level General Education Intervention Team.  The general purpose of the General Education Intervention Team is to serve as a support system to address concerns that interfere with a student’s functioning at school.  Some examples of possible areas of concern might include:  academic performance, behavior problems, social skills, motivation, family changes, self-concept, attendance issues, and health/hygiene.  Any staff member or parent can refer a child to the General Education Intervention Team.

Resources:

  • NASP National Association of School Psychologists
  • The Family Village Information for parents of individuals who have disabilities
  • Positive Parenting Online Provides resources and information to help make parenting more rewarding, effective and fun.

 

U.S.D. 261 Speech/Language Pathologists provide assessment and therapy for articulation, language, fluency, and voice deficits.  Speech/Language services are provided for student’s ages 3 - 21 meeting Kansas eligibility guidelines.

Our Speech/Language Pathologists complete an accredited Masters Degree program and a Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY), before attaining a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC). 

Speech Language Pathologist are licensed by the Department of Health and Environment.

Speech and language professional organizations:

American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA)

Kansas Speech Language Hearing Association (KSHA)

 

Transition services are intended to prepare students to successfully make the transition from the world of school to the world of work.  Post secondary education or vocational training, employment, independent living, and community participation are considered.  Transition services can include instruction, community experiences, the development of employment and other post-school adult living objectives, acquisition of daily living skills, and functional vocational assessments.  Transition services begin at age 16 for identified special education students.  A statement of transition service needs is required at age 14 for all identified special education students.

Per theKansas Process Handbook: “Beginning at age 14, and updated annually, the IEP must contain (1) appropriate measurable postsecondary goals based upon age-appropriate transition assessments related to training/education, employment and where appropriate, independent living skills; and (2) the transition services, including appropriate courses of study, needed to assist the child in reaching the stated postsecondary goals; and (3) beginning at age 16, or younger, if determined appropriate by the IEP team, a statement of needed transition services for the child, including, when appropriate, a statement of the interagency responsibilities or any needed linkages (K.S.A. 72-987(c)(8)).”

Tri-City Day School is located in Haysville USD 261 district but is attended by students from the Haysville, Derby, and Mulvane public school districts. This school was established to meet the diverse, unique emotional and mental health needs of their K-12 students.

Tri-City Day School offers five educational classrooms focusing on core and non-core courses through direct teacher instruction and the use of computerized curriculum. Students also have physical education available two times a week. All classrooms are staffed with certified special education teachers and behavior technicians. A full time registered nurse is also available on site for students’ needs. Some students receive additional support during the school day through agencies such as the Mental Health Association (MHA), Behavioral Link, COMCARE, and other community based agencies that support students with disabilities.

In addition to the traditional core curriculum, students receive group counseling under the supervision of a Licensed Masters Social Worker for 2-4 times per week. Other additional related services may be included in a student's school day as determined by the student's Individual Education Program (IEP) team. All students are enrolled into their home school district in Derby, Haysville, or Mulvane and then referred to Tri-City Day School through the sending local school district. All students have been evaluated and categorized for special education services and all lesser restrictive settings were not successful for the students as determined by the Individual Education Program (IEP) team before a placement is considered.

Visit Tri-City Day School Website

 

The teacher for students with visual impairments (VI) travels to assigned schools and plans, leads, facilitates, and instructs to enhance student learning for those with a visual impairment through direct and/or consultative special education services. These services enable the students to learn in a variety of settings and meet established outcomes based on student's individual education plan (IEP) and capacity to master learning objectives. The students range in age from three through 21 years and may have visual impairment only, deaf-blindness, or additional disabilities. The cognitive abilities of students served include those with severe cognitive disabilities and those who are gifted/talented.

 

 

Meeting the needs of every student to provide the best education possible.

Resources for Parents, Students & Teachers

**Inclusion of websites is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of their contents.

 

Council for Exceptional Children - http://www.cec.sped.org/

Kansas Technical Assistance System Network (TASN) Projects - https://www.ksdetasn.org/providers

Kansas State Department of Education - http://www.ksde.org/

KSDE Student Support Services - http://www.KSDE.org/default.aspx?tabid=101

 

**Inclusion of websites is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of their contents.

 

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism Asperger Publishing Company - https://www.aapcautismbooks.com/

Asperger Syndrome Coalition - http://www.asperger.org/

Autism Spectrum Connection - http://www.aspergersyndrome.org/

Autism Games - http://sites.google.com/site/autismgames/

A Center for Inclusive Child Care - https://www.inclusivechildcare.org/

Autism Resources - http://www.autism-resources.com

The Autism Society of America - http://www.autism-society.org

Autism Speaks - http://www.autismspeaks.org

Autismasperger.net - http://www.autismasperger.net

Do2Learn - http://www.do2learn.com

Disability Services - https://www.usa.gov/disability-services

First Signs - http://www.firstsigns.org

The Gray Center - http://www.thegraycenter.org

Heartspring - https://www.heartspring.com

KU Medical Center - http://www.kcart.ku.edu

National Autism Resources - http://www.nationalautismresources.com/apbeanbein.html

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - http://www.nichd.nih.gov

National Institute of Health - http://www.nih.gov

SEN Teacher - http://www.senteacher.org

Social Thinking - http://www.socialthinking.com

Special Education Resources of the Internet (SERI) - http:/www./seriweb.com/

TEACCH - http://www.teacch.com/

Technical Assistance for Excellence in Special Education (TAESE) - http://www.taese.org/cms/

The Ultimate Autism Guide - https://cfcico.com/autism-guide-for-adults/

Wrightslaw - http://www.wrightslaw.com

 

Tourette Syndrome

Tourette Syndrome Association - http://www.tsa-usa.org/

 

Learning Disability

LD Online - http://www.ldonline.com/

 

Behavior Management

ADDitude - https://www.additudemag.com/

American Institutes for Research - https://www.air.org

Council for Children with Behavior Disorders - http://www.ccbd.net/

Council for Exceptional Children - http://www.cec.sped.org

Jane Bluestein - http://www.janebluestein.com

PBIS - http://www.pbis.org

PBIS World - https://www.pbisworld.com/

Teacher Vision - https://www.teachervision.com/

You can Handle Them All - http://www.disciplinehelp.com/

 

**Inclusion of websites is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of their contents.

 

Autism Resources

American Institutes for Research - https://www.air.org

Asperger Syndrome Coalition - http://www.asperger.org/

Autism Resources - http://www.autism-resources.com

Autism Asperger Publishing Company - http://www.aapcpublishing.net

Autism Games - http://sites.google.com/site/autismgames/

Autism Spectrum Connection - http://www.aspergersyndrome.org/

The Autism Society of America - http://www.autism-society.org

Autism Speaks - http://www.autismspeaks.org

Autismasperger.net - http://www.autismasperger.net

Center for Inclusive Child Care - https://www.inclusivechildcare.org/

Disability Services - https://www.usa.gov/disability-services

Do2Learn - http://www.do2learn.com

First Signs - http://www.firstsigns.org

The Gray Center - http://www.thegraycenter.org

Heartspring - https://www.heartspring.org/

KU Medical Center - http://www.kcart.ku.edu

National Autism Resources - http://www.nationalautismresources.com/apbeanbein.html

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - http://www.nichd.nih.gov

National Institute of Health - http://www.nih.gov

SEN Teacher - http://www.senteacher.org

Social Thinking - http://www.socialthinking.com

Special Education Resources of the Internet (SERI) - http://www.seriweb.com/

TEACCH - http://www.teacch.com/

Technical Assistance for Excellence in Special Education (TAESE) - http://www.taese.org/cms/

The Ultimate Autism Guide - https://cfcico.com/autism-guide-for-adults/

Wrightslaw - http://www.wrightslaw.com

 

General

The Bill of Rights Institute - http://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/

Council for Exceptional Children - https://exceptionalchildren.org/

Discovery Education - http://www.discoveryeducation.com/teachers

Dr. Mac’s Behavior Management Advice Site - http://www.behavioradvisor.com/

Education Planet - http://www.educationplanet.com/

Education World - http://www.educationworld.com/special_ed/

ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilites and Gifted Education - http://eric.ed.gov

Everyday Life Tutorials - http://www.gcflearnfree.org

FunBrain - https://www.funbrain.com/

Geography - http://www.geography.about.com/?once=true&

The IEP Process - http://www.education-world.com/special_ed/iep/index.shtml

Infinitec - https://www.myinfinitec.org/login

Internet Resources for Special Children - http://www.iser.com

Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis - https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/19383703

Kansas Technical Assistance System Network (TASN) Projects - https://www.ksdetasn.org/providers

Khan Academy - http://www.khanacademy.org

Library Resources - http://www.titlewave.com/

MTSS - http://www.kansasmtss.org

National Association of School Psychologists - https://www.nasponline.org/

National Center on Deaf Blindness - https://www.nationaldb.org/

PBIS - http://www.pbis.org

PBIS World - https://www.pbisworld.com/

Scholastic - http://www.scholastic.com/

Special Education Resources on the Internet - http://www.seriweb.com/

Sites For Teachers - http://sitesforteachers.com/index.html

Staff Development Sites on the Net - http://sps.k12.mo.us/Staffd/ll.html

Superkids - http://www.superkids.com/

TASN - http://www.ksdetasn.org

Teacher Tube - http://www.teachertube.com

Teachers Helping Teachers - https://teachershelpingteachers.info/

University of Kansas Department of Special Education - https://specialedu.ku.edu/

U.S. Department of Education - http://www.ed.gov/index.jhtml

USD 261 Instruction Technology - http://www.techtalk.usd261.biz/

 

Reading Intervention Websites

Oregon Reading First - http://oregonreadingfirst.uoregon.edu

Texas Reading - http://www.texasreading.org/utcrla/

Intervention Central - http://www.interventioncentral.org

Probes - http://www.gosbr.net

Literacy 1st - http://www.literacyfirst.com

Reading Rockets - http://www.readingrockets.org

PBS Kids - https://pbskids.org/daniel

 

Math Intervention Websites

Everyday Math - http://www.everydaymathonline.com

Intervention Central - http://www.interventioncentral.org/

Scientifically Based Research - http://www.gosbr.net

 

Behavior Management

American Institutes for Research - https://www.air.org

Council for Children with Behavior Disorders - http://www.ccbd.net/

Council for Exceptional Children - http://www.cec.sped.org

Jane Bluestein - http://www.janebluestein.com

PBIS - http://www.pbis.org

Teacher Vision - http://www.teachervision.com

You can Handle Them All - http://www.disciplinehelp.com/

 

**Inclusion of websites is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of their contents.

 

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Asperger Syndrome Coalition - http://www.maapservices.org

Autism Asperger Publishing Company - http://www.aapcpublishing.net

Autism Games - http://sites.google.com/site/autismgames/

Autism Notes - http://www.autismnotes.com

Autism Resources - http://www.autism-resources.com

The Autism Society of America - http://www.autism-society.org

Autism Speaks - http://www.autismspeaks.org

Autism Spectrum Resources - http://www.isn.net/~jypsy/

Autismasperger.net - http://www.autismasperger.net

Cerebral Palsy Group - https://cerebralpalsygroup.com/cerebral-palsy/

Child & Adolescent Bipolar Foundation - http://www.cabf.org/

Disabilityinfo.gov - http://www.disability.gov

Do2Learn - http://www.do2learn.com

First Signs - http://www.firstsigns.org

The Gray Center - http://www.thegraycenter.org

Heartspring Parent Information and Training Program - http://www.heartspring.com

Kansas Instructional Support Network (KISN Autism) - http://www.autismlink.com

KU Medical Center - http://www.kcart.ku.edu

National Autism Resources - http://www.nationalautismresources.com/apbeanbein.html

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - http://www.nichd.nih.gov

National Institute of Health - http://www.nih.gov

OASIS - http://www.aspergersyndrome.org

SEN Teacher - http://www.senteacher.org

Social Thinking - http://www.socialthinking.com

Special Education Resources of the Internet (SERI) - http://seriweb.com/

The Ultimate Autism Guide - http://www.ultimateautismguide.com

Wrightslaw - http://www.wrightslaw.com

 

Behavior Management

You can Handle Them All - http://www.disciplinehelp.com/

Council for Exceptional Children - http://www.cec.sped.org

Functional Behavioral Assessment (CECP) - http://www.air.org/cecp/fba/

Explosive Kids - http://www.explosivekids.org/

Council for Children with Behavior Disorders - http://www.ccbd.net/

Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice (CECP) - http://cecp.air.org/

Jane Bluestein - http://www.janebluestein.com

Dr. Mac’s Behavior Management Advice Site - http://www.behavioradvisor.com/

 

General Information

Council for Exceptional Children - http://www.ccbd.net/

Education Planet - http://www.educationplanet.com/

Everyday Life Tutorials - http://www.gcflearnfree.org

Great Schools - http://www.schwablearning.org/index.asp

Internet Resources for Special Children - http://orsaminore.dreamhosters.com/handy/links/uk_various.html

Khan Academy - http://www.khanacademy.org

KSDE Student Support Services - http://www.KSDE.org/default.aspx?tabid=101

Lee Summit Early Childhood - http://www.its.leesummit.k12.mo.us/earlychildhood.htm#construction

National Consortium on Deaf Blindness - http://www.nationalbd.org

Parents Helping Parents - http://www.php.com/

PBS Kids - http://www.pbskids.org/rogers/buildANeightborhood

River Deep - http://www.riverdeep.net/parents/?SECTION=Parents

Scholastic - http://www.scholastic.com/

 

Local Community Resources

 

Medical

Dr. Dwight Lindholm (Neurologist)

316-651-0033

6611 E. Central, Suite G

Wichita, KS 67206

 

Dr. Valerie Kerschen (Developmental Pediatrician)

316-962-2080

Wesley Clinic Pediatric

3243 E. Murdock St., Suite 500

Wichita, KS 67208

 

Dr. Subhash Shah (Neurologist)

316-686-6866

Neuro Center

220 S. Hillside

Wichita, KS 67211

 

Educational

Dr. Chris Jones (KU Dept. of Psychiatry Behavior Science Child Psych. Development)

 

Dr. Wayne Purcell (Heartspring - Testing and Behavioral Consulting)

316-634-8700

 

Dr. Jim Vincent

316-636-1188

 

Local Agencies:

 

COMCARE of Sedgwick County

316-383-8251

635 N. Main

Wichita, KS

 

Families Together, Inc. - Wichita

1-888-815-6364

316-945-7747

316-945-7747 Voice/TTY

Wichita Administrative & Parent Center

3033 W. 2nd St., Suite 106

Wichita, KS

 

Haysville "Colts" Special Olympics Team

Laura Spears, Coach

email: lspears@usd261.com

 

KETCH (Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicapped)

316-383-8700

1006 East Waterman

Wichita, KS

 

Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas (MHASCK)

316-685-1821

555 N. Woodlawn, Suite 3105

Wichita, KS

 

Rainbows United, Inc. (Main Office)

316-267-5437

340 S. Broadway

Wichita, KS

 

Sedgwick County Developmental Disability Organization (CDDO)

316-660-7638

615 N. Main

Wichita, KS

 

United Way of the Plains

316-267-1321

245 N. Water

Wichita, KS

 

YESS Program (Youth Education and Summer Socialization)

316-943-1191

2919 W. 2nd

Wichita, KS

 

**Inclusion of websites is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of their contents.

 

Attainment Company - http://www.attainmentcompany.com/

Early Learning Site - http://aba-materials.com/

Game Aquarium - http://www.gamequarium.com/

Judy Lynn Software - http://www.judylynn.com/

Kidzone Preschool - http://www.kidzone.ws/prek-wrksht/index.htm

Lee Summit Early Childhood - http://www.its.leesummit.k12.mo.us/earlychildhood.htm#construction

PBS Kids - http://www.pbskids.org/rogers/buildANeightborhood

Prongo - http://www.prongo.com/

River Deep - http://www.riverdeep.net

 

**Inclusion of websites is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of their contents.

 

Association for Direct Instruction - http://www.adihome.org/

Brain Connection - http://www.brainconnection.com/

Brains Are Fun - http://www.bransarefun.com

Intervention Central - http://www.interventioncentral.com

Kagan - http://kaganonline.com/index.php

KU Research on Learning - http://www.ku-crl.org/

McGraw Hill Education - http://www.sraonline.com/

New Horizons for Learning - http://www.newhorizons.org/

 

**Inclusion of websites is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of their contents.

 

National Center to Improve Practice in Special Education Through Technology - http://www2.edc.org/NCIP/

NCRTEC.ORG - http://kaganonline.com/index.php

Profiler - http://www.profiler.com

 

**Inclusion of websites is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of their contents.

 

Discovery Channel School - http://school.discovery.com/

Education Place - http://www.eduplace.com/kids

Education Planet - http://www.educationplanet.com/

Funbrain - http://www.funbrain.com

Fun School - http://www.funschool.com/

Internet Public Library - http://www.ipl.org

Primary Games - http://www.primarygames.com/

The Problem Site - http://www.theproblemsite.com

Prongo - http://www.prongo.com/

Scholastic - http://www.scholastic.com/

Yahooligans - http://yahooligans.yahoo.com/content/games/

 

ADMIN RESOURCES

WEBKIDSS SPED PROCESS HANDBOOK

 

Contact Us

Angie Estell
Director of Special Education

email: aestell@usd261.com

Amy Bedient
Asst. Director of Special Education

email: abedient@usd261.com

Office Staff

Dana Collier
Secretary
email: dcollier@usd261.com

Gina Latta
Secretary
email: glatta@usd261.com

Jyntre Hephner
Secretary
email: jhephner@usd261.com

Jennifer Schroeder
ECC Secretary
email: jschroed@usd261.com

Student Support Services
250 E. Grand
Haysville, KS 67060
P: (316) 554-2222
F: (316) 554-2296