NAME POSITION PHONE Dr. Joan Woodward Director of Student Services email@example.com (508) 548-0151 x143 Audra Reilly Falmouth High School Special Education Building Admininstrator firstname.lastname@example.org (508) 540-2200 x3017 Kathleen Pokraka Falmouth High School Special Education Secretary email@example.com (508) 540-2200 x3017 Dr. Margaret Valdes Lawrence Special Education Building Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org (508) 548-0606 x545 Debra Lynch Lawrence Guidance-Special Education Secretary email@example.com (508) 548-0606 x503 Katelyn Hergt Morse Pond Special Education Building Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org (508) 548-7300 x403 Vickie Taylor Morse Pond Special Education Secretary email@example.com (508) 548-7300 x403 Anne Barnes East Falmouth Special Education Building Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org (508) 548-1052 x7248 Lucia DaSilva East Falmouth Special Education Secretary email@example.com (508) 548-1052 x7201 Anne-Marie Iandoli Mullen-Hall School Special Education Building Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org (508) 548-0220 x416 Francine Daggett Mullen-Hall School Special Education Secretary email@example.com (508) 548-0220 x402 Denise Larner North Falmouth Assistant Principal / Special Education Building Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org (508) 563-2334 x302 Venera Cocks North Falmouth School Special Education Secretary email@example.com (508) 563-2334 x301 Megan Conant Teaticket School Assistant Principal/ Special Education Building Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org (508) 548-1550 x110 Brooke McCarthy Teaticket School Speical Education Secretary email@example.com (508) 548-1550 x101
The goal of the Special Education Department is that all students are educated in classrooms that accommodate their diverse learning needs, styles and abilities. Differential instruction, modified environments, adaptive equipment and the full use of technology are the norms. Acceptance of all differences is paramount and seen as enriching the community of learners as well as the community at large.
Effective and efficient special education services are provided in an array of programs ranging from inclusion in the general education classroom to partially and substantially separate settings as appropriate to meet the needs of eligible students. Specially designed instruction and related services are readily available to help disabled students benefit from special education.
Identification of children at risk is made through regular screening. Diagnosis for special education eligibility determination is completed by highly trained staff who are members of a multidisciplinary education team. Programmatic recommendations are then forthcoming.
Parents are full partners in educational decision making for their children. They have knowledge of educational options, resources to contact regarding any questions they may have, and participate as active members in the Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC). Partnering with collateral agencies allows the schools to provide programs to homeless or transient children.
For further information about the Special Needs services available, please contact the Special Education Building Administrator at your childs' school.