Elementary Special Education

Elementary Programs

All elementary buildings have special education Teacher Consultant and Resource Room support.  For eligible students, WWCSD also offers a full continuum of programs and services including center program classrooms for students with orthopedic disabilities (POHI), profoundly multiple disabilities (SXI), dual diagnosed (DD), or severe cognitive disabilities (SCI).  Center program classrooms for students with severe disabilities are available on a regional basis.

Contacts

Director of Elementary School Special Education Programs

Kathleen Said
Phone: (734) 419-2070
FAX: (734) 595-2081
E-mail: SaidK@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail: (734) 419-2198 mailbox 2073#

Barb Boyington- Secretary
Phone: (734) 419-2070
FAX: (734) 595-2081
E-mail: BoyingtonB@wwcsd.net
Voice Mail: (734) 419-2198 mailbox 2070#

Building Descriptions

Graham, Taft, and Walker-Winter:

A district-wide cross-categorical program for special education students who require life skills support in addition to applied academics and self-advocacy.

Hoover and Wildwood:

A district-wide transition program for special education students who require behavioral support. Transition basic classroom is for students who are special education eligible and who have been determined to need an additional level of support beyond consultation. Core academic and social skills are taught in this classroom. It is expected that students will benefit from the alternative programming offered to meet their unique needs and that they will return to the teacher consultant or resource room program in their neighborhood school and continue their academic and behavioral success.

Roosevelt-McGrath:

The Wayne RESA Western Region classroom program for students with a Physical or Otherwise Health Impairment (POHI). This program mixes academic classes with activities of daily living which include adaptive physical education and aquatics, and community-based instruction (CBI), that is appropriate for the age, skills, and interest levels of these students.

The Wayne RESA Southwestern Region classroom programs for students with Severe Cognitive Impairment (SCI) or Multiple Impairment (SXI). These programs typically focus on activities of daily living and include adaptive physical education and aquatics, and community-based instruction (CBI), that is appropriate for the age, skills, and interest levels of these students.

Adams:

A district-wide cross-categorical program for special education students who require life skills support in addition to applied academics and self-advocacy. A district-wide transition program for special education students who require behavioral support. Transition basic classroom is for students who are special education eligible and who have been determined to need an additional level of support beyond consultation. Core academic and social skills are taught in this classroom. It is expected that students will benefit from the alternative programming offered to meet their unique needs and that they will return to the co-taught program and continue their academic and behavioral success. 

The Wayne RESA Southwestern Region classroom programs for students with Severe Cognitive Impairment (SCI). This program typically focuses on activities of daily living and includes adaptive physical education and aquatics, and community-based instruction (CBI), that is appropriate for the age, skills, and interest levels of these students.

Marshall:

A district-wide cross-categorical program for special education students who require life skills  support in addition to applied academics and self-advocacy. A district-wide transition program for special education students who require behavioral support. Transition basic classroom is for students who are special education eligible and who have been determined to need an additional level of support beyond consultation. Core academic and social skills are taught in this classroom. It is expected that students will benefit from the alternative programming offered to meet their unique needs and that they will return to the co-taught program and continue their academic and behavioral success.

The Wayne RESA Western Region classroom program for students with a Physical or Otherwise Health Impairment (POHI). This program mixes academic classes with activities of daily living which include adaptive physical education and aquatics, and community-based instruction (CBI), that is appropriate for the age, skills, and interest levels of these students.

Building Directory

Edison

Phone: (734) 419-3644
FAX: (734) 595-2600

Elliott

Phone: (734) 419-4617
FAX: (734) 595-2610

Graham

Phone: (734) 419-3470
FAX: (734) 595-2620

Hamilton

Phone: (734) 419-4522
FAX: (734) 595-2488

Hicks

Phone: (734) 419-3017
FAX: (313) 595-8450

Hoover

Phone: (734) 419-4627
FAX: (734) 595-2498

Roosevelt-McGrath

Phone: (734) 419-4732
FAX: (734) 595-2126

Schweitzer

Phone: (734) 419-3069
FAX: (734) 595-2564

Taft-Galloway

Phone: (734) 419-3434
FAX: (734) 595-2574

Walker-Winter

Phone: (734) 419-3798
FAX: (734) 595-2578

Wildwood

Phone: (734) 419-4775
FAX: (734) 595-2579

Adams

Phone: (734) 419-2375
FAX: (734-595-2374

Marshall

Phone: (734) 419-2276
FAX: (734) 595-2588