Programs & Services

Programs & Services

The Claysburg-Kimmel School District offers many programs and services to meet the needs of students with a disability.  A  student qualifies for special programs and supports if he or she is determined to have one or more of the following disabilities:

                Autism

                Deaf-blindness

                Deafness

                Emotional Disturbance

                Hearing Impairments

                Mental retardation

                Multiple disabilities

                Orthopedic Impairment

                Other health impairments

                Specific learning disabilities

                Speech or language impairment

                Traumatic brain injury

                 Visual impairments

The Claysburg-Kimmel School District offers the following programs:

                Learning Support  (K-12)

                Emotional Support  (K-12)

                Itinerant Autistic Support  (K-12)

                Elementary Autistic Support Classroom  (VB)  (K-6)

                Itinerant Speech and Language Support (K-12)

                Psychology Services (K-12) 

                Social Worker Services (K-12)
                      
The following programs are contracted through Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8 (IU8):  

                Itinerant Visual Support  (K-12)

                Early Intervention Services (IU8 Pre School)

                Social Work Services

                Assistive Technology

                Multi-Disability Support (K-12)

                Life Skills Support (K-12)
     
                Itinerant Autistic Support (K-12)

                Itinerant Emotional Support (K-12)

                Itinerant Deaf/Hard of Hearing Support (K-12)
            

The following programs are also offered:

                Transition Planning for students, beginning at age 14

                Occupational Therapy

                Physical Therapy

                Gifted Support Programming (K-12)