Regardless of the nature or severity of a child's disability, our exceptionally-trained staff is dedicated to addressing a wide range of needs. Lakeview School District's special education programs are operated by the Calhoun Intermediate School District. Their website is below.
The Lakeview special education program assists children with a variety of social, emotional, and learning impairments. Children are assimilated into traditional classrooms as much as possible depending upon their individual needs.
A number of special education programs assist children in challenging areas, provide academic skills training, and help with learning difficulties. The programs are listed below.
- Cognitively Impaired Classrooms
- Autism Spectrum Disorder Classroom
- Intensive Resource Rooms (serving emotionally impaired children)
- Resource Room Classes
- Academic pull out programs
- Ancillary services (OT, PT, Social Work, Psychologist, etc…)
- Early Childhood Special Education Classrooms
Child Find is a component of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) that requires states to identify, locate, and evaluate all children with disabilities who are in need of early intervention or special education services. To receive Early Intervention Programming or Special Education, children must meet eligibility guidelines according to the IDEA. If you suspect your child has a disability affecting his or her school performance, please notify your child's teacher, counselor, principal, or Beth Opdycke, Special Education Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.