Welcome to the Special Education website
Jami Miller, Director of Special Education Kim Caudell, Assistant Director of Special Education Erin Harrell, Preschool Facilitator Kim Smither, Secretary Special Education Stephanie Emberton, Secretary Preschool Stephanie Barrows, Special Education Instructional Coach Kelly Thornberry, ARC Chair Designee Christy Brock, ARC Chair Designee Elyse Allemang, ARC Chair Designee Amy Clevinger, Instructional Coach April Johnson, Instructional Coach Tammy Baker, Parent Resource Involvement Coordinator Please call 502-695-6700, or email any of the above, with questions or concerns.
Parent Resource Meeting Information:
Join us Thursday, Nov 16th, at 6:00 PM at the Early Learning Village, as we will hear from Mike Miller of the Ky Autism Training Center with University of Louisville School of Education. Click HERE for further information as well as to find the link so you can join the meeting virtually if you choose.
Join us Tuesday, Oct 24th, at 6:00 PM, at the Early Learning Village, as we explore Executive Functioning Skills. Click HERE for further information as well as to find the link so you can join the meeting virtually.
WHAS Crusade for Children grant
Franklin County receives WHAS Crusade for Children grant in the amount of $14,000.00 for Sonday System LPL - Let's Play Learn Classroom Set, and Sonday System 1-2-Sonday System Dual Delivery Kit
Franklin County's Special Education Program employs professional trained staff to assess educational strengths and needs of students; diagnose specific learning and behavior problems; evaluate mental and emotional problems which may interfere with school learning; confer with parents and teachers to interpret and discuss the result of psychological evaluations; and refer students to community resources when special help is needed beyond the school level.
It is our mission to serve students in the least restrictive environment. For most students, special education will be a supportive service. Even with those students who will primarily receive their education within special classes, efforts are made to integrate them as much as possible in mainstream activities.