Special Services

Walled Lake Consolidated Schools provides a full range of educational programs for academically and physically challenged students in compliance with state and federal laws.  These services are provided to qualified individuals residing within our school district.  Programs through Special Services vary for each child and are customized to the student's individual needs.

The Special Services Department is responsible for the identification, evaluation, programming, transitional needs, related programs and educational records for children who are disabled.  Each student who qualifies for special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act has an Individual Educational Program (IEP).  Support personnel may include Speech and language Pathologists, Teacher Consultants, School Psychologists, School Social Workers, and Occupational & Physical Therapists.

See the pages linked in the navigation menu on the right for more information about Walled Lake Consolidated Schools' Special Services Department.

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