Child Search

The Child Search process begins with a review or screening of available information about the child. If screening indicates the possibility of an educational disability, the child is evaluated in relevant areas. If the results indicate that a child is disabled and in need of special education services, an individualized plan is developed. This will be either an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Individualized Service Plan (ISP), depending on the age and residency of the child.

Services for eligible children may include classroom instruction, speech/language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, etc.

Child Search referrals can be made directly by a child’s parents. Referrals, with parental consent, can also be made by health care providers, social workers, child care providers, teachers, and other individuals familiar with the child’s development. 


Contact Us

Ms. Rochelle Bickham
Child Search Coordinator
Email Ms. Rochelle Bickham

Ms. Lynette Wesley
SBLC Chairperson
Email Ms. Lynette Wesley