My son currently attends pre-K special program in this school. My son is currently non-verbal. His teacher always ensures my wife and I are aware of what s going on with my son in school, either via notes left on my son s book bag or via phone calls. We appreciate that extra mile. However, the class is short on aid/assistants that are very important among kids with special needs. It could be the school district s fault but in any case, the school has to work that out. For that reason, I don't believe this school is a great choice for parents looking for special program.
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