Student Services, Resources and Supports
Special Education Parent Resources
- NJDOE Extended Comment and Feedback Period for Special Education Due Process Hearing Guidelines
- Child Find Notice
- CDC Child Find Developmental Checklists
- Parental Rights in Special Education (PRISE)
- NJ Department of Education: Office of Special Education Programs
- Graduates Aging Out of the School System
- Transitioning from High School to Adult Life
Restraint and Seclusion Guidance for Students with Disabilities
- NJDOE Memo Restraint and Seclusion Guidance for Students with Disabilities
- District Policy 5561 - Use of Physical Restraint and Seclusion Techniques for Students Techniques for Students with Disabilities
- SAMPLE Letter to Parent for Restraint Notification
Special Education Ombudsman
The role of the Special Education Ombudsman is to serve as a resource to provide information and support to parents, students and educators regarding special education rights and services.
Monmouth County Special Needs RegistryThe Monmouth County Special Needs Registry is a voluntary service open to all citizens with disabilities who reside, attend school or are employed in Monmouth County. The registry was created to help police officers and other emergency service personnel to better assist residents with special needs in the event of an emergency by providing those first responders with vital information regarding a registrant’s disability, emergency contact information, a physical description and current photograph of the registrant.
- Autism Project Lifesaver April 2, 2019
- Special Needs Registry 1st Responder Flyer
- Monmouth County Special Needs Registry Pamphlet
Register Ready – New Jersey Special Needs Registry for Disasters"Register Ready" is a free, voluntary and confidential web-based program designed to identify the needs of people who may find it difficult to get to safety in the event of an emergency. People with access and functional needs (or caregivers on their behalf) are encouraged to register electronically, if possible, by accessing www.registerready.nj.gov. Alternatively, they can call New Jersey’s toll-free 2-1-1 telephone service. This service will register people, offer free translation, and provide TTY services for the hearing-impaired.