Chattooga County School System is committed to the belief that every student, regardless of disability, should have the opportunity to be a part of an age-appropriate regular classroom and the support needed to ensure a successful learning experience within the regular classroom setting. The Georgia Department of Education recognized Chattooga County School System for excellence in the education of students with disabilities by:
- Achieving a higher percentage of graduates with regular education diploma.
- Transitioning students to their desired postsecondary outcomes.
- Serving students in the least restrictive environment
- Decreasing the number of students who drop out.
The Georgia Learning Resources System (GLRS) recognized Chattooga County School in conjunction with Georgia's Performance Goals for Students with Disabilities for:
- Highest performer (drop out rate).
- Most improved (least restrictive environment).
- Most improved (fully certified)
Chattooga County School System offer a verity of special education services for those who qualify.
- Assistive Technology
- Behavior Disorder Program
- Hearing Impaired Program
- Intellectually Disabled Program
- Northwest Georgia Educational Program
- Occupational Therapy
- Preschool Special Education
- Physical Therapy
- Special Transportation
- Speech/Language Program
- Visually Impaired Program
Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) all students with disabilities must participated in the State’s academic content standards. The Georgia Alternative Assessment 2.0 (GAA) is designed to ensure students with significant cognitive disabilities are provided access to the State content standards and given the opportunity to demonstrate progress toward achievement of the knowledge, content, and skills in the content standards. ESSA places a 1 percent statewide cap on student participation in alternate assessments. Chattooga County School District exceeds the 1 percent cap of GAA assessments for the school year 18-19. Several reasons being our district has a high number of special education students even though we are a small rural area. Many students in the special education program transfer into our district to specifically receive specialized services.
Chattooga County Schools, Special Education Department, announces its intention to destroy records that where developed to provide a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in Chattooga County School System. This notice is in compliance with the federal, state, and local policy. Records will be destroyed in July 2017 based on the following criteria: Students with disabilities born between July …
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