Laura Landry , Special Education Facilitator
Laura Bailey , Speech & Language Pathologist
Erica Lunn , Registered Occupational Therapist
Allison Wagner, Psychologist
Kimber Stannard , Special Education Teacher
Jocelyn Woods , Special Education Teacher
SPECIAL EDUCATION in New Hampshire Federal statutes and State standards require that students with educational disabilities receive a free appropriate public education (F.A.P.E.) in the least restrictive environment (LRE). NH Department of Education Special Education Information. Each school district is responsible for identifying children who have a disability that could interfere with their learning and for making accommodations for that child so that they may have access to the general curriculum and be able to participate with regular education students to the maximum extent possible. In the pre-school years, identification is attempted through the district's Child Find program. During the schooling years, identification is customarily a result of a parent or teacher referral, but a referral can be made by anyone who is familiar with the child and is concerned about his/her academic success. Once a referral is made, the Special Education Process begins.