Health Specialty Clinics and Local Medical Physicians.
Case management is provided by the site managers in the individual school districts are accepted from students, parents, school personnel or other involved professional agencies. The site managers complete a needs assessment, then assist student and family to obtain appropriate intervention.
The Family Connection Project hopes to bring to the students of Appanoose and Wayne County a and reduce the bureaucracy that is often a barrier to help.
For more information about the Family Connection Project contact the Principal's office or the Family Connection Coordinator— Mr. Henson---at 898-2291 or 872-1014. [See-support services]
Juvenile Court Liaison officer-
The State of Iowa has established the Juvenile Court Liaison officer position. Its’ goal is to further
facilitate the social and educational efforts of the school, state and community. Mr. Henson will work
extensively in the areas of attendance, truancy, risk assessment and students assigned for
intervention from the Wayne County Juvenile Court System. Office #872-1014
AEA 15 support services staff- Team #6
The Seymour Community School District receives support services from Great Prairie AEA located in Centerville, IA. The Special Services a psychologist, speech clinician, audiologist, social worker, and various other consultants. Your child’s teacher may contact AEA staff for consultation, observation or interaction with your child. If you do not want the above services available for your child, please notify the school IN WRITING.
**If you have any questions and/or concerns about these services and your child’s right to a FAPE, please call Karie Martindale, Regional Special Education Director at Great Prairie AEA- 1-800-622-0027 ext. 326.
Students may be able to access the Internet through their teachers. Individual student accounts and electronic mail addresses be issued to students at this time. It is a goal to allow teachers and students access to the rich opportunities on the Internet, while we protect the rights of students and