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    Welcome to the

    Special Education Department

     

    Princeton City School District empowers each student for college, career and life success.  The Special Education Department is committed to ensuring that each child leaves school each day feeling successful.  We do this by providing individualized supports, a continuum of service delivery options, facilitating academic and social development and maintaining dignity and respect for each student. 

     

    A collaborative effort is required between parents, support staff, and regular educators in order to facilitate the independence and success of each student. 

     

    Princeton's’ Special Education Department offers a continuum of services to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities.  We promote inclusion by providing these services in the least restrictive environment (LRE) which means to the greatest extent possible, appropriate services are provided in the general education environment.  

     

    Princeton City School District utilizes a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) model to identify the strengths and needs of struggling learners.  The MTSS model focuses on collaboration between the core members of the student’s team including parents.  This student-focused process analyzes data relative to identified issues of concern, sets individual goals, brainstorms options for intervention, develops an action plan and gathers data to determine the effectiveness of the interventions provided. 

     

    The Special Education Department consists of many staff members offering a variety of services to students.  The following are staff that provides services for students in the Princeton City School District.

    1. Special Education Coordinators
    2. School Psychologists
    3. Intervention Specialists
    4. Speech and Language Pathologists
    5. Occupational Therapists
    6. Physical Therapists
    7. School Nurses and Health Aides
    8. Parent Mentor

    SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES & PROGRAMS

    Below lists the special education services that are provided to students in the Princeton City School District:

    1. Behavioral Health Programs
    2. Early Childhood Services – Preschool and Early Learning Initiative (Head Start or Princeton's own Early Childhood Education )
    3. Health Services
    4. Hearing Impaired Services
    5. Homebound Instruction Services
    6. Occupational Therapy Services
    7. Parenting Programs
    8. Physical Therapy Services
    9. School Psychological Services
    10. Social-Emotional Learning Supports
    11. Special Education Services
    12. Speech Language and Hearing Services
    13. Transition Services

     


     
  • Special Education Staff

     

    Theresa Warren, M. Ed.
    Director of Special Education
    (513) 864-1038
    twarren@vikingmail.org

     

    Marianne Freland
    Student Services/Special Education Secretary
    (513) 864-1008

    (513) 864-1088 fax
    mfreland@vikingmail.org

     

    Stacey Powers
    Student Services Administrative Assistant
    (513) 864-1035
    spowers@vikingmail.org

     

    Natalie Boerio, M. Ed.
    Special Education Coordinator

    Evendale, Glendale Stewart
    (513) 864-1033
    nboerio@vikingmail.org

     

    Amy Hoerst, M. Ed.
    Special Education Coordinator

    Heritage Hill, Sharonville, and Preschool
    (513) 864-1513
    ahoerst@vikingmail.org 

     

    Kendra Roberts, M. Ed.
    Special Education Coordinator

    Springdale, Innovation Center, Princeton High School
    (513) 864-1069
    kroberts@vikingmail.org

     

    Shannon Wiwi, M. Ed.
    Special Education Coordinator

    Lincoln Heights, Woodlawn, and Princeton Community Middle School
    (513) 864-1009
    swiwi@vikingmail.org

     

    Janet Maine
    Parent Mentor
    (513) 864-1112
    jmaine@vikingmail.org