Most services are provided in the regular education classroom. The special education staff works within classrooms with the regular education teachers, team teaching, assisting with small groups, and providing individual instruction to meet the needs of students on an individual education plan (IEP). Some students need instruction or remediation outside of the regular education classroom. These students are pulled out for a portion of their day and receive instruction in a resource room setting.

Besides instruction by special education teachers, related services are also available to students. Speech, occupational therapy, physical therapy, counselling, and psychological services are provided to those students whose IEP requires such services.

Child Find:  Child find is a continuous process to locate young children with disabilities who are in need of early intervention services. If you believe that your child may be a child with a disability or in need of support services please click here for more information.

Annual Notice Regarding Use of Public Benefits or Insurance:  The New Hampshire Department of Education requires that we notify you annually of your rights and protections under the federal special education law regarding the use of your, or your child’s, public benefit or insurance. Please click here to view the Written Notification Regarding Use of Public Benefits or Insurance.

New Hampshire Special Education Procedural Safeguards Handbook:  The New Hampshire Special Education Procedural Safeguards Handbook is based on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 and the New Hampshire Rules for the Education of Children with Disabilities effective June 30, 2008, updated May 15, 2014. Please click here to visit the New Hampshire Department of Education website to view the handbook.

Complaint Procedure:  The special education complaint process is one of the Procedural Safeguards afforded to parents under Federal and State laws. The New Hampshire Department of Education is required to make available to parents and other individuals the ability to file formal complaints against a school district if they believe the school district violated a federal or state special education law.  Please click here to visit the New Hampshire Department of Education website to view the Complaint Procedures Manual for Special Education. This manual will provide information regarding definitions; a description of the process for filing a complaint; a list of the responsibilities of the complainant, school district, investigator and the New Hampshire Department of Education throughout the process; checklists, model letters and forms; and frequently asked questions regarding the process.

For more information, or if you have specific questions about the range of services offered at Rye Elementary School, please contact us directly:

Special Education Staff

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For further assistance please contact:

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SAU 50 Director of Special Education
48 Post Road, Greenland, NH, 03840
Tel: (603) 422-9572 Fax: (603) 422-9575

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SAU 50 Student Information and Support Secretary
48 Post Road, Greenland, NH, 03840
Tel: (603) 422-9572 Fax: (603) 422-9575

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