Child Study Teams (CST) consist of a case manager, psychologist, a learning disabilities teacher/consultant (LDT/C) and a social worker This multidisciplinary team ensures compliance with IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) and provides parents and teachers with a variety of learning related services. These services include the evaluation, eligibility determination and development and monitoring of a student's individual education program (I.E.P.). The CST also provides case management for all eligible students.
The CST, together with school principals and Building Support Committees, makes recommendations for programs and placements which will best address the needs of students who are experiencing school-related problems.
Please use the following link to view the Child Study Team at each school in the district.
Special Education Program
Mount Laurel provides a range of programs to address the general needs of disabled students. When Mount Laurel is unable to provide an appropriate program within the district, students are placed in out-of-district, regional programs.
Speech and Language Services
The development of age-appropriate speech and language skills is essential to the learning process and to a student's social and emotional growth. Children must be able to comprehend the language, express their thoughts, request explanations from the teacher and produce speech that others can easily understand.
SEPAC - Special Education Parent Advisory Committee