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Special Education Services

Students who qualify for special education supports and services under the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA) are provided an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) designed to meet their unique needs.  

Jordan's comprehensive Special Education Department provides services and supports for students with mild to severe disabilities. Jordan has the following programs on site:

Resource Specialist Program (RSP) designed to support students enrolled primarily in the general education setting.

Special Day Program (SLD) provides core content instruction by credentialed special education teachers within a small class setting.

Alternative Curriculum (IDM/S, MDS) serves students with multiple disabilities and provides instruction using an alternate curriculum focused on functional academic development and independent living skills.


Related services in the areas of speech and language; occupational therapy; physical therapy; itinerant teachers for hearing and/or vision impairments; counseling; and LRE counseling are provided as indicated on a student’s Individualized Education Plan. 

Jordan employs a full time school psychologist who provides assessment and support for our student population.

All special education students are assigned a case carrier, a credentialed special education teacher, who monitors and assists each student's progress toward attainment of IEP goals through completion of their educational program at Jordan. 


Our general and special education teachers work collaboratively to meet the needs of our students and ensure their Individualized Education Plan is implemented.

If your child is experiencing difficulties, please contact his/her counselor to explore school wide supports.