Director of Pupil Services
Phone: (920) 788-7605 ext. 3104
Welcome to the LCASD Pupil Services Department. The Pupil Services Team serves students preschool through grade twelve in the following areas:
· Special Education
· School Counseling
· School Nursing
· School Psychology Services
· Safe & Drug-Free Schools and ATODA Programming
· Services for English Language Learners
· Services for Homeless Students
The mission of the pupil services department is to provide services to students that meet their individual needs and support their educational experience in the Little Chute Area School District.
The LCASD Special Education department offers high quality services to students with disabilities. We take great pride in being able to offer an extensive variety of services, programs, and placements that meet the individual needs of students, ages three through the school year that they reach the age of twenty-one or when they graduate from school. We strive to collaborate with parents to ensure that each student's Individualized Education Program (IEP) is tailored to the student's specific needs, which results in the student receiving a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE). It is our belief that all children deserve a quality education, that all children learn from each other, and that all children are an important part of the Little Chute Area School District community.
In the area of student services, the District is very fortunate to have school counselors, school psychologists, school nurses, a family-school liaison, and police-school liaisons who work with students, families, and community agencies. The Pupil Services staff collaborates with each other on a regular basis to ensure that there is a wide range of programs available for students and families. Pupil Services staff provide individual and group intervention for students; implement prevention programs for students; collaborate with parents and families; provide consultation to teachers; and work closely with community-based agencies. It is the goal of the pupil services department to meet the emotional, social, and behavioral needs of each child.
The pupil services department also offers a variety of programs to children and parents that include: English Language Learner (ELL) services, alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse (ATODA) programs, homeless education opportunities.
If you would like further information about how the Pupil Services department serves children, parents, and families, please contact me.
We welcome your feedback and questions.