TWIN FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT 411

TWIN FALLS, IDAHO

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Support Services

As every parent knows, not all children learn in the same way or at the same rate. Some students may be accelerated learners. Some students may have disabilities or limitations that delay their rate of success. The Support Services Department of the Twin Falls School District plays a vital role in meeting the individual needs of all of these students. The professionals in the department are skilled at identifying specific needs and arranging for services to promote your child's learning and development.

The district provides programs and services for students ages 3-18. Ranging from early childhood intervention to gifted and talented education, the programs expand learning opportunities to better meet individual needs in the least restrictive environment. Counseling, social services, speech/language therapy, occupational and physical therapy, and psychological testing services offer assistance to families and students.

Alternative education programs afford at-risk students the assistance needed to succeed. The districtís drop out prevention specialist provides counseling and discusses options with students who are considering dropping out of school.

Programs and assistance range from:

  • how to help your child at home
  • assisting students of varying abilities
  • applying intensive intervention techniques for children with high levels of need
  • training teachers on effective classroom strategies.

    District specialized programs include, in part:

     

  • Special Education Services
  • Gifted and Talented Program
  • English as a Second Language
  • Credit recovery programs
  • Idaho Digital Learning Academy
  • Night School
  • Alternative high school
  • Summer School, K-11
  • After school programs at selected elementary schools.

If you believe your child demonstrates behaviors (learning, social, or developmental) that are not typical of his or her peers, you may want to consult our office to learn more about what we may be able to do to help. Our goal is to assist children and families in overcoming barriers to learning. You may contact the Support Services Department at 733.8456 for assistance.

Family Support
Teacher Support
Individual Support
Resource  Support

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