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					    Special Education
     Annual Report
       for 2008-09

to the Board of Education
    Jamesville-DeWitt
  Central School District

   November 2, 2009
         The State Performance Plan

SED Target 1:
 a graduation rate for SWDs greater than 38%
JD’s graduation rate for students with disabilities was 69%

SED Target 2:
 a drop out rate for SWDs less than 17%
JD’s drop out rate for students with disabilities was 4%

SED Target 2:
 a drop out rate for SWDs less than 17%
JD’s drop out rate for students with disabilities was 4%
         Continuum of Services
 Consultant Teacher Services
 Related Services
 Declassification Support Services
 Resource Room Services
 Integrated Co-Teaching Services
 Special Class Services
 Out-of-District Placements (BOCES)
 Home/Hospital Instruction
 Residential Placement
         2008-2009 Behavior Management
                Program Review
   Designed for identified students that require a high
    level of support due to behavioral and/or emotional
    needs that impact educational performance
   One program at each level - high school, middle
    school, and one shared elementary (at Moses)
   Provides a high level of integration in general ed
   Concerns:
    Academic success rate
    Decrease student behaviors
   Behavior Management Program

Recommendations:
 Team approach

 Increased targeted academic intervention

 Increased targeted behavior

 Data supported decision making

 Increased communication
   Disability Category    2005-06 2006-07 2007-08   2008-09

Autism                        22      24       25        28
Emotional Disturbance         12       7        8         12
Learning Disability          151      161     163        183
Mental Retardation             9       8        8         7
Deafness                       0       0        0         0
Hearing Impairment             3       2        2         0
Speech/Language Imp           61      51       58         61
Visual Impairment              0       0        0         0
Orthopedic Impairment          1        1       1         2
Other Health Impairment       70      88       96        100
Multiple Disabilities         10       5        9         13
Deaf-Blind                     0       0        0         0
Traumatic Brain Injury         0       0        0         0
TOTAL                        339     347      370       406
     Historical Overview of Categories
                      NYS      JD     NYS     JD
                      2000    2000    2008   2008
Autism                1.7%      .6%   4.7%   6.8%
Mental Retardation    4.0%    2.5%    3.2%   2.2%
Learning Disability   50.6%   57.4%   39.8% 44.1%
Speech/Language
                      17.3%   13.3%   23.1% 15.7%
Impaired
Other Health
                      6.6%    11.4%   13.6% 25.9%
Impaired
Emotionally
                      11.0%   3.8%    8.5%   2.2%
Disturbed
Committee on Preschool Special Education

     Number of             2004-   2005- 2006- 2007- 2008-
Preschoolers Receiving      05      06    07    08    09
       Services

JD total as of 12/1         42      45    39    37    40
Special Class Integrated    15      20    17    15    15
Itinerant or related        27      25    22    22    25
services
Entered K with services     18      19    21    20    16
        Nonpublic Schools - Services
  # of Students    2007-08   2008-09   July - Oct.
Receiving Services                        2009
    from JD

Residing in district     5         6             9

Residing in other
                        38        39            43
districts
Total                   43        44            52
  Nonpublic Schools - Evaluations

 # of Students   2007-   2008-   July - Oct.
   Receiving      08      09        2009
  Evaluations
In nonpublic                    7 completed
                    33      30
schools                        19 pending
              CSE Meetings
   # of Meetings    2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
Preschool               54       62      68
Jamesville              54       49      37
Elementary
Moses DeWitt            48       52      42
Tecumseh                62       48      51
JD Middle School       144      158     164
JD High School         149      167     159
Nonpublic Schools        5       61      94
Total                  516      597     615
                        Transition
Beginning at age 15 the IEP must include a statement of the
  needed transition services that promote movement from
  school to post-school opportunities, before the student
  leaves the school setting.

The IEP must include those transition services/activities in
  each of the following areas as appropriate
 instruction,
 related services,
 employment and other post-school adult living objectives,
 community living experiences, activities of daily living,
 functional vocational assessment, if appropriate.
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