Early Childhood Special Education
The Early Childhood Special Education Program provides instruction for children, ages two to five, who have been diagnosed with a disability. There are two self contained classrooms for children who learn best in a smaller teacher to student ratio. Children also receive services within the general education classrooms. The children at Woodlawn Learning Center can receive occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, physical therapy, academic services and more when found eligible for these needs. These services for children are written into an Individual Education Plan by a team that must include the administrator, teacher, and parent.