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Special Education Services

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The Department of Special Education Services supports the individualized education programs of students ages 3 to 21, who are eligible for special education and related services within the school district. Special education services are provided on a continuum from the least restrictive to more restrictive environments based on student need.

The basic special education process begins with a multi-tiered system of supports, where students receive increasing levels of targeted interventions. If a student does not make adequate progress, a formal evaluation is conducted to determine eligibility for special education services. Operating within the continuum of services integrated into the general education curriculum, special education ensures that every child with a disability has the opportunity to receive a quality education that aligns with their unique needs.

The Special Education Services Department works collaboratively with students, schools, families, and the community to increase student achievement and to promote post-secondary success for all students with disabilities. The department focuses on a range of areas, including behavioral, instructional, curricular, environmental, and specialized preschool interventions.

Special Education Services Information

Students with Disabilities: 504 Plans

Pre-School Intervention

Our Department's Mission

"To ensure that Bulloch County Schools provide high-quality specialized services to children and students with unique needs, resulting in positive transformations in both their education and lives."

Our Department's Vision

"To assist students with educational needs by delivering high-quality, data-driven, and individualized services that empower them to achieve independence."

Our Core Beliefs

We believe:

  • All students who receive special education services should be included in the general education curriculum, instruction, and assessment to the greatest extent possible.

  • Decisions should be based on current data and replicable research information.

  • The learning environments for students should be caring, rigorous, and relevant, as perceived by students and parents.

  • The teacher is a critical element in each student’s education.

Contact Us

Department of Special Education Services
150 Williams Road, Suite B
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
912.212.8609 (Facsimile)