Cobb Special Education Team Greets New Teachers!
How do we support teachers who are supporting our special needs students?
Belmont Hills Elementary School Special Education teacher Kelly Spires received a new iPad from Superior Plumbing and Marietta Daily...
In February of this year students enjoyed the Special Education Dance, sponsored by the special education Adapted PE...
On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, a CCSD teacher and an Osborne High School graduate were honored by the Marriott...
Cobb County Schools’ Assistive Technology department works with individual students to meet their needs for accessing the curriculum.
Unity is strength….when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.
Rachel Simmons, along with Amanda Stafford, CCSD AT Specialist, presented at the Georgia Assistive Technology in Education conference at...
Cobb’s Special Education Parent Mentors enhance communication between parents and educators to ensure greater success and better outcomes for...
Cobb County Assistive Technology Team proudly Co-hosts the Georgia Assistive Technology Expo (GATE) on December 9, 2017 at Georgia...
The Transition Services Team ‘s Annual College and Career Fair for Students with Disabilities on October 10, 2017...
Teachers of the DHH, VI, OI, and AdPE programs spent Nov 7 and Jan 2 collaborating and learning about...
- Babies Can’t Wait (BCW) is the state agency responsible for providing early intervention services for children birth through age three. It is the responsibility of both BCW and the school system to ensure a smooth transition from the BCW program to the school system. School districts are required to evaluate and have an Individual Education Program (IEP) in place by the child’s third birthday.
- Parents may call the Special Needs Preschool office at (770) 426-3331 to refer their child for an evaluation. A referral packet will be sent to the parent to complete. Once returned, a member of the evaluation team will call to schedule the evaluation.
- Private preschools, daycares, physicians, and local and state agencies may call (770) 426-3331 to refer a child for evaluation.
- A copy of the child’s Social Security card
- Certificate of Immunization (Georgia form 3231) (Religious waiver—Form JLCB-2)
- Hearing, Dental, Vision Screening Certificate (Georgia form 3300)
- Proof of birth date
- Two documents proving residency
- Proof of custody, if applicable
See Student Enrollment Information on the CCSD website at www.cobbk12.org for additional information regarding enrollment guidelines.
- Developmental Delay
- Other Health Impaired
- Orthopedically Impaired
- Hearing Impaired
- Visually Impaired
- Speech/Language Impaired
- Intellectual Disability
- Learning Disability
- Traumatic Brain Injured
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Emotional/Behavioral Disorder