2 months ago
Welcome to the Mountain Empire Unified School District Special Education Department
Director of Pupil Services and Special Education
(619)473-8869, Ext. 1112
6 days ago
Resource Specialist Program (RSP)
This program provides services for students who are assigned to regular classroom teachers for a majority of the school day. Instruction or consultation is given by a specially credentialed teacher and an instructional aide. Eligibility is determined by a site IEP team. This program is available at all elementary sites and the high school.
Brigida Uto-Alternative Education, Campo
Cole McComber-Pine Valley
Darren Pyle - High School
Geri Bullock - Campo
Janis Reeder - High School
Mario Carrillo - Descanso
Matt Heinemann - Camp Lockett
Therese Blue - Clover Flat
Adult Transition Program (ATP)
Erin Rosa - Teacher
Traci Barnwell - Job Coach
Theresa Deaett - Paraprofessional
Speech and Language Program
Occupational Therapy (OT)
Diedre D. Schloyer, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology/Educational Audiologist
Special Day Classes (SDC)
These classes provide the least restrictive educational environment for students who must spend most of the school day in a special learning environment because of the nature of their disability. Instruction is provided by a specially credentialed teacher and an instructional aide. Classes are located at the Campo Elementary School and at the high school. Transportation services may be provided. Placement eligibility is determined by the IEP team.
Kerry Parsons – High School
Christie Dougherty – Campo Elementary
Adapted Physical Education (APE)
The Adapted Physical Education Program provides small group instruction in the development of motor skills, physical fitness, and recreational interests to meet individual student needs.
Michael De Lamarter
Health Nursing Services
Nursing Services provides vision and hearing screening assessments. In addition, service may include the identification of health or physical conditions which interfere with a child’s learning and a referral for community health services is provided.
Student age 16 and older must have a transition plan in the IEP and updated annually to include appropriate instruction in community experiences, the developement of employment and other post school objectives and, when appropriate, independent living skills and functional vocational evaluation.
The hearing itinerant program offers therapeutic or educational management of hearing- impaired students. Consultation services are provided for educational staff and parents. The East County Special Education Plan Area (SELPA) provides the Hearing Itinerant teacher for our district.
Jeanette de la Rosa
2 months ago
WorkAbility1 provides Special Education students the opportunity to obtain marketable job skills while completing their education.
The Vision of the Mountain Empire Unified School District, Special Education Division is that all individuals with disabilities will successfully participate in preparation for the workplace and independent living.
(619) 473-8869 ext. 1144