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Special EducationSpecial Education Distance Learning Message:

During this extended closure of school buildings, SSD case managers are creating Distance Learning Plans for each student who receives special education services. The plans are a summary of each child's goals and accommodations and also include information about how the child's special education services will be provided during the closure. MRH general education staff and SSD staff are working together to ensure all students have meaningful access during this time of remote learning. These Distance Learning Plans will serve as a reminder to staff about what each student needs. The plans are also shared with parents and guardians so they know what to expect. 

April 21: A message from SSD Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Keenan: “While we’re all still adjusting to this new learning environment, we want to be sure to take moments to celebrate the things that are going well and the achievements of our students.”

SSD COVID-19 Information

FAQ During Pandemic

Whom do I contact if I have questions about my child's special education services?

Contact your child's special education Case Manager.

Where do I find my child's special education lessons?

They are located within each child's MRH itsLearning account.

My child is eligible for Extended School Year (ESY) services this summer. Will the district still be offering ESY?

Yes, ESY services will still be provided. Due to the ongoing health crisis, the format for ESY is yet to be determined. How ESY services will be provided will be determined, in large part, based on health department and county government guidance with the top priority being the safety and well-being of students and staff.

Special School District at MRH

All students with disabilities, ages three through 21, who reside within the MRH School District, are eligible to receive free public education services. Special School District (SSD) provides special educational services, including speech, occupational, physical therapy, and learning disabilities to MRH students. MRH works in partnership with SSD to provide the highest quality of education to all students. SSD staff members are included in all MRH professional development and district-wide activities.

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