Many students with special needs can gain valuable work ethic and employability skills by attending a career center. Buckeye Career Center recognizes its duty and privilege to provide assistance to students with special needs to help them develop to their maximum potential.
Special Education Coordinators, Adam Hall and Kelly Luneborg, work with partner school personnel, parents and teachers in order to determine the optimum Individualized Education Program (IEP) for each student. In addition, they educate and update staff with necessary information, distribute required documents and acquire appropriate assistive technologies and personnel for the students.
Buckeye dedicates eight academic teachers to serving students with special needs who require academic support. We offer Intervention classes in English, Math, Social Studies and Science, and Inclusion classes in English, Math and Science.
In addition to Academic support for students with special needs, Buckeye Career Center offers three vocational programs dedicated to providing skill training: TRACE U, Custodial Services and Hospitality Services.
For current resources and forms from ODE concerning Special Education please see the ODE link.
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