St. Marcus is committed to providing high quality educational services to all students. This includes students with special needs. St. Marcus currently serves students with autism, cognitive disabilities, emotional behavior disabilities, specific learning disabilities, other health impairments, significant developmental delays and speech/ language impairments.
Approximately 10% of St. Marcus students receive special education services.
Methods of Instruction
St. Marcus provides excellent support for students with special needs - those who are formally identified with a special need and those who have not received a formal individual education plan. Many special needs students receive individualized support and curriculum modification provided by classroom teachers as well as support teachers in the classroom. St. Marcus also offers the following services to students with special needs:
St. Marcus has students with IEPs' (Individual Education Plan) and/or a Service Plan (a document similar to an IEP for non-public/private schools). In addition:
For more information contact:
Sandy O'Brien, Director of Student Services
[email protected] | 414-232-0841