Get on the CUSP! Learn about how Executive Functions affect your child's ability to get organized, resist impulses and stay focused. November 19, 7-9 p.m. at CES.
Colonial students receive a wide array of basic and supplemental services, including special education, counseling and school health programs. More than 800 students qualify for individualized education programs (IEPs) due to specific disabilities, and approximately 200 students have gifted individual education programs. Fourteen school counselors support students in grades K-12, and four community counselors offer additional supplemental services.
School health services are provided by certified school nurses and staff nurses to all Colonial students as well as students attending non-public schools within the District. Routine health services include height, weight, vision, hearing and scoliosis screenings. Dental examinations and physical examinations are also provided according to provisions of the Pennsylvania School Code.
Additional supports to students and families include the services of a home and school visitor and a behavioral health adviser.
Mrs. Garcia is one of approximately 15 educators across the country chosen to participate in the program that will focus on resources related to the 1 in 5 students in America today who struggle with learning and attention issues.
As many as 50 vendors will be on hand to discuss supports for students with disabilities, their families and educators.
(Revised July 2018)
The online training outlines the risk factors and warning signs of suicide.
CONTACT PUPIL SERVICES:
- Karen Berk, Director of Pupil Services and Special Education, 610-834-1670, ext. 2111
- Eileen Spector, Special Education Supervisor (6-12), 610-834-1670, ext. 2105
- Carole Chasen, Special Education Supervisor (K-5), 610-834-1670, ext. 2134
- Felix Scherzinger, Behavioral Health Adviser/Community Health Liaison, 610-834-1670, ext. 2147
- Ellen Reilly, Home and School Visitor, 610-834-1670, ext. 2108