Does Pineville Elementary School offer classes for special needs children?

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Tracy Jennings, Works at Noodle and here to help!

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Are you familiar with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)? It ensures that public schools are responsible for meeting any students’ IEP (Individualized Education Plan), for all students, regardless of age or disability. However, Pineville Elementary School may or may not have adequate resources already in place. If not, how quickly it can be able provide support services can vary, so depending on your situation, you may need to discuss options in other district schools with your local school administrators. This chart by National Center for Learning Disabilities breaks down your options in a clear way.

Check out this dedicated site for special education for the Harrison County School District. You should email Brenda Valles, the director, for more information.

Finally, you might find helpful Noodle’s resources about learning disabilities and special education. You can read articles written by experts and questions from other people who are in a similar position to your own.

Anonymous, Noodle Intern

The Pineville Elementary School website doesn't make any mention of classes for special needs children, but the school is described elsewhere online as offering "a range of special education programs and services for students". To contact the Pineville Elementary main office about this, call 228-452-4364 or visit 5192 Menge Avenue in Pass Christian during business hours.

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