Special Education Student Services
Roxana School District is dedicated to ensuring that all students receive the necessary supports to successfully access the general education curriculum to the fullest extent possible. Roxana is committed to providing a full-continuum of services in the least restrictive environment. Roxana collaborates with community agencies to meet the needs of our students. In 2015, Roxana school district was recogonized by Illinois State Board of Education as a stand-alone Special Education District.
Laura Ballard serves as the state approved Director of Special Education.
Accessing Special Education Services
Parents are encouraged to contact the Student Service Office at (618)251-7003 if they feel their child might need special education services.
For a child to be eligible for special education services, the disability must negatively affect their educational performance and require specialized services in order to succeed at school.
Elementary (PreK-5th) Services
Central Intermediate School provides a variety of special education services including the district instructional programs which serve students that require a modified curriculum and related services in order to access general curriculum. Speech language therapy, occupational and physical therapy, and social work services are provided to students within the general education setting.
South Primary School also provides a variety of special education programs including the district co-teaching classrooms which provide accommodations and supports within the regular education classrooms. Speech language therapy, occupational and physical therapy, and social work services are provided to students within the general education setting. The district pre-k program is located at South Roxana.
Secondary (6th-12th) Services
A full continuum of services is provided at the secondary level which includes resource interventions, co-teaching, and instructional programs. The district has a variety of full-day programs enabling us to serve students with moderate to severe disabilities.