• Welcome to Exceptional Student Education (ESE)

    Announcements:

    • Local Conference Notice
      National Conference on Autism Spectrum Disorder Registration is now open for parents, educators and health care professionals interested in attending Promising Pathways, The Road to Best Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorder. This conference is at no cost and will be on April 8, 2017, in Fort Myers. The presenters are from the previous nine conferences and will discuss topics based on their most current research and latest works. For more information and to register, go to http://www.fgcu.edu/events/ promisingpathways/.  For questions, contact Promising Pathways at 239-745-3400. 

       

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    • Graduation Rates of Students with Disabilitites
      Collier Students with Disabilities Among the Highest Graduation Rates in the State of Florida - click here for more information. 

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    • Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Advisory: Sharing the Commitment

      Brochures: English | Creole | Spanish

      **The meeting scheduled for November 15th has been canceled.**

      Advisory Meeting Dates / Agendas for 2016-2017: September 27; November 15 (Canceled); January 24; March 28; May 23. (Click on the date to access the meeting agenda, posted 2 days prior.  Within 10 calendar days following the meeting, click on the date to access the meeting minutes)

      Time: 4-5:30 PM
      Location: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Administration Center, Click here for directions. 

      Person First Language Poster - click here

      For more information visit our Sharing the Commitment Parent Involvement page. 

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    Exceptional Student Education (ESE):

    We hope this information is helpful and informative and will familiarize you with the services and procedures of Exceptional Student Education (ESE) in the Collier County Public Schools. Collier County has over 5,700 students with disabilities. If you do not find the information that you are looking for, please contact us at 239-377-0108.

    Our Vision: 
    To provide services that meet the unique cognitive, social, and emotional needs of students with disabilities, preparing them to succeed in a global society.

    Our Mission: 
    To provide a collaborative, child centered team consisting of Collier County Public School staff members, families, agencies, and other support professionals to lead our students to success.

     

    Dr. Kamela Patton, Superintendent
    Luis Solano, Associate Superintendent
    Dr. Peggy Aune, Assistant Superintendent
    Karen J. Stelmacki, Executive Director
    Dr. Sheryl Alvies, Director

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