QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM – MARYLAND

Address: 202 Chesterfield Avenue
Centreville, MD 21617
Phone: (410) 758-2403 Fax: (410) 7598200 Website: http://qacps.schoolwires.net/Page/1

 

Board of Education of Queen Anne's County

202 Chesterfield Avenue

Centreville, MD 21617

Phone: (410) 758-2403

Phone: 1-800-336-7775

Fax: (410) 759-8200

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Queen Anne’s Public School System is made up of 8 Elementary Schools, 4 Middle Schools, 2 High Schools, 1 Anchor Points Academy/Alternative Education School

SCHOOL LISTINGS
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Queen Anne's County – OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
Diane McGowan, Special Education Supervisor
202 Chesterfield Avenue

Centreville, Maryland 21617

Phone: (410) 758-2403 Ext 131

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Queen Anne’s County – CHILD FIND PROGRAM

For Referrals, Contact:

Kim Tucker, Special Education Teacher Specialist

202 Chesterfield Avenue

Centreville, Maryland 21617

Phone: (410) 758-2403 Ext 182

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CHILD FIND is a special education services provided by the Queen Anne's County Public School system for identifying children from ages three through twenty-one who are suspected of having an educational disability and who may be eligible for special education related services.
To begin the Child Find Referral Process, Contact:
Kim Tucker, Special Education Teacher Specialist
202 Chesterfield Avenue
Centreville, Maryland 21617
Phone: (410) 758-2403

Queen Anne's County – INFANTS & TODDLERS PROGRAM

Mary Lou Christian, R.N. Q.A.C Health Department

Phone: (410) 758-0720 Ext 4456

Stephanie Johnson, Director

Phone: (410) 827-6187

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The Infants and Toddlers Program assists families of children with special needs during the of the child's developmental journey. Support, information, and coordinated services in community settings are among the many aids provided to families to assist with the challenges and celebrate the gifts that each child has to offer.

TRANSITION SERVICES
Contact: Martha L. Anthony, Transition Coordinator
Phone: (410) 758-0500, Ext. 136
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Transition services are designed to assist students with disabilities to move from public school into post-school activities such as training, college, employment, independent living.  During transition planning, the team identifies the need for transition goals in the areas of employment, social/emotional, daily living/health, recreation/leisure, community access, mobility, and communication.  Transition services must be addressed in the student’s IEP when a student reaches 14 years of age.  The transition facilitator assists the team in determining appropriate transition services and providing information for anticipated services and support services beyond the school system.  The student must also be involved in the decision making process.

 

 

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