Student Services

Event
Parent Program
Topic: Mental Health in Students with ASD

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 @ 6pm
Virtual Meeting - Zoom
Facilitated by Joanne Baker Deal, LPC, NCC, M.A.

This group is open to all parents/grandparents of Ledyard Public School students including those whose
children are attending schools outside of Ledyard.


Central Office Student Services Staff
Director of Student Services: Jodi Davis 

Carmela Monte
Student Services Secretary

cmonte@ledyard.net
860-464-9255 x1202
Fax: 860-464-8589

* Special Education Billing
* Special Education Purchasing
* Special Education Transportation
* Special Education Grant Information 
* Stars & Preschool Information
* Medicaid

Jessica Ciccone
Secretary to the Director of Student Services

jciccone@ledyard.net
860-464-9255 x1200
Fax: 860-464-8589

* Compliance & Data Monitoring
* Frontline/IEP Direct & 504 Management
* Homebound Tutoring Information
* Homeschool Information
* Out of District & Choice/Magnet
IEPs & 504s




The Student Services Office oversees:


Special Education and Related Services

We are committed to providing a free and appropriate public education for all students with disabilities. As the Student Services Department, our mission is to ensure that all students with disabilities receive quality instruction that is personalized to meet their individual needs while maintaining high standards of achievement.










Early Childhood and Preschool
Ledyard’s Early Childhood and Preschool programs are designed to provide quality preschool programming as well as special education services to 3, 4 and 5 year old children (not eligible for kindergarten) in Ledyard. Special education and related services are provided to preschool children identified by a Planning and Placement Team (PPT) as having a disability in accordance with their IEP. Preschool programs include the Integrated Preschool Classroom & STARS - School Readiness Program.

All preschool age children who are suspected of having a disability are screened and, if necessary, evaluated to determine eligibility for special education and related services. For information on screenings please CLICK HERE

For information about Sparkler CLICK HERE


Homeschooling Information
According to Connecticut state guidance regarding homeschooling; it is required that parents and/or legal guardians who wish to homeschool their child/ren, submit their intent in writing to the Superintendent of Schools. Please CLICK HERE for additional information regarding Connecticut state guidance and Ledyard Public Schools Notice of Intent.


Child Find
In accordance with federal regulations, Ledyard Public Schools assumes the responsibility for the location, identification & evaluation of all children with a disability residing in Ledyard, whether or not they attend a public school.

   

 Transition Services
Transition services are a coordinated set of activities for a student with a disability that are designed to improve the academic and functional achievement of the student and to facilitate the student’s movement from high school to postsecondary education, vocational education, employment (including supported employment), adult services, independent living, or community participation. Transition services in Ledyard are provided, as appropriate, in accordance with the student’s IEP.  For more detailed information on Transition Services with The Ledyard Transition Academy, CLICK HERE.T
Additional Transition Resources:
Secondary Transition - Planning from School to Adult Life
Building a Bridge
Transition Bill of Rights


504 Information & Resources