Special Services

CONTACT

Dr. Chris Daniels, director of special services - (816) 359-4032

About special services

Park Hill offers a continuum of services for special needs students ages 3-21 including specialized instruction and specialized classrooms that focus on life skills, behavioral needs, sensory needs and communication needs.

​We recognize that each child is an individual with unique needs and IEP teams drive student services. In order to offer our best services to students, we cannot discuss our continuum of services and children’s specific needs over the phone.

Below are the general descriptions of services and classrooms available in Park Hill: 

  • Early Childhood Services
  • 504 Services and Resource Setting provided in every Home School
  • Classrooms Specifically Designed for Students with Autism (K-21)
    • Staff trained and classroom setup designed specifically for students with behavioral, language, and or sensory needs
  • Essential Skills Classrooms (K-21)
    • Staff trained and classroom setup designed specifically for students with significant cognitive and adaptive behavior deficits
  • Behavior Support Classroom (K-5)
    • Staff trained and classroom setup designed specifically for students with emotional/behavioral needs
  • Public Separate Day Facility
    • Staff trained and classroom setup designed specifically for students with more significant emotional/behavioral needs

The Park Hill School District employs support staff to meet student needs:

  • Teacher for deaf and hard-of-hearing students
  • Teacher for blind and visually impaired students
  • School psychologists
  • Physical therapists
  • Diagnostic consultants
  • Sign language interpreter
  • Speech pathologists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Recreational therapists

SPECIAL SERVICES LINKS

Parent Bill of Rights (Courtesy of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education)
Procedural Safeguards (Courtesy of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education)