Special Education

Jay Miller, Director of Special Education
847-415-4801
jmiller@d125.org

Traci Krawczyk, Assistant Director of Special Education
847-415-4834
tkrawczyk@d125.org

Andrea Karlinsky, Assistant to the Director
847-415-4800
akarlinsky@d125.org

Stevenson High School provides all disabled students a free and appropriate public education. Student's parents serve as team members with the public school in determining eligibility for and provision of special education services. Once a student has been found eligible for special education and/or related services, an individualized educational program is developed to determine the extent of services appropriate for that student. It is the responsibility of this multi-disciplinary team to determine the most appropriate educational placement in the least restrictive environment.

Stevenson High School offers a continuum of services/programming, psychological testing services, social work, speech therapy services, and related services to eligible students. Stevenson High School is also a member of the Exceptional Learners’ Cooperative (ELC), a special education cooperative which provides special services for Stevenson students in the following areas: 

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech/Language
  • Social Work
  • Psychology
  • Assistive Technology

Special education policies, procedures, rules and regulations, and information on free or low-cost legal services are available upon request from the Director of Special Education. 

  • severe learning disabilities
  • mental impairments
  • physical and health impairments
  • visual impairments
  • hearing impairments
  • behavior/emotional disorders
  • multiple impairments

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