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Support Services

Contact Support Services Department

21 J St. S.E.
Quincy, WA 98848
Phone: 509.787.8992 
Fax: 509. 787.8995 
 

*Support Services personnel located in downtown Quincy - 509 Central Ave. Quincy WA, 98848 

The Team

*Victoria Hodge, Director of Support Services 
  • TBD, Support Services Administrative Assistant
Health Services - Ext. 3491
  • Lenore Low, School Nurse
  • Ellen Bush, School Nurse
  • Debbie Henne, Health Admin. Asst./Central Registrar 
  • Anilu Rios, Health Para Educator III
  • Isabel Diaz, Health Para Educator III
  • Carie Hernandez, Health Para Educator III
TBIP/Title/LAP  - Ext. 3481
  • *Mandy Horsell, Program Coordinator
  • Sue'Ann Easterling, ELL Transition Specialist
  • Jill Copenhaver, Program Coordinator 
  • *Maria Valle, Family Outreach Coordinator
Migrant Education
  • *Maria Mendoza, Migrant Recruiter
  • *Alicia Sanchez, Migrant Graduation Specialist (MGS) 
  • *Nubia Ramirez, Migrant Student Advocate (MSA)

Mission/Belief:

The QSD Special Education department believes in ensuring all students receive individualized supports and services related to their disability/exceptionality in an inclusive culture that will lead to increased student achievement and outcomes aligned with our District Strategic Plan, a collective vision for our student's success.

Focus:

The QSD department values and is committed to utilizing data and assessment to take us from where we are currently, and to where we want to be in the future.  Data will be used to drive instruction and progress monitoring essential for student success, as well as providing each student access to core curriculum and materials appropriate for their success. Special Education and General Education will work collaboratively in focused teams to address the unique needs of students on Individual Education Programs (IEP's), creating and implementing an IEP designed to provide special education and related services necessary to access a free appropriate public education (FAPE) for all eligible students.  

Priorities:

The following themes have been identified through the Spring Needs Assessment 2021 to target in the SY 2021-22:

  • Professional Development
  • Technical Compliance
  • Communication
  • Collective Efficacy

 

 


Preschool Child Find

The Quincy School District will be screening children for entry into the Preschool Special Education Program.
 
If you are concerned about your child’s development anytime throughout the year and your child will be three, please call 787-4548 to schedule an appointment.
 
 
El Distrito Escolar de Quincy estará haciendo pruebas a los niños para entrar al Programa de Educación Especial de Preescolar.
 
Si usted esta preocupado por el desarrollo de su niño en cualquier momento durante el año y su niño cumplirá los 3 años, por favor llame al 787-4548 para hacer una cita.
Child Find Flyer for 2022