Special Services

The Special Services Department in Hudson New Hampshire takes pride in providing quality services to students with disabilities who qualify for special education or Section 504 accommodation plans. In addition, we ensure homeless students have access to their home public school.

The primary goal of the education for students with disabilities is to ensure all students make progress in the least restrictive environment. Programs have been established district-wide to ensure all students can access their education based on their unique needs. These specialized programs include:

  • Pre-school Programs for students ages 3 to 5
  • Integrated, regular education instruction for all students in grades PreK - grade 12.
  • Resource Room instruction grades K to twelve.
  • Instruction using Applied Behavior Analysis for students on the Autistic spectrum in PreK- grade 8
  • Programming for students with social and behavioral difficulties grades K - grade 12.
  • Daily, functional living skills instruction in PreK, middle, and high school.
  • Remedial reading instruction for students in grade one through grade twelve.
  • Transition planning is done for all students in preschool through grade twelve.

The continuum of services is continuously reviewed as it is a fluid system suited to the changing needs of students. Our goal is to work cooperatively with all those involved in the education of the students of Hudson to insure every student has the opportunity to learn and succeed.

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