Special Education

  • Cloquet Special Education
    Identifies children with disabilities and provides individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, and accessible settings. Special education staff work collaboratively with general education staff to modify and adapt curricula for identified students in order to support educational goals.

    ECSE (Early Childhood Special Education)
    Identifies children birth-5 with disabilities and provides individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, and accessible settings. Special education staff work collaboratively with general education staff to modify and adapt curricula for identified students in order to support educational goals.

  • Parent Resource Booklet

    For parents and guardians of preschool and school-age children. The purpose of this book is to provide a comprehensive resource & local directory with information regarding: Special education (overview and referral information), County based services, Behavioral/mental health resources, Community based resources, Advocacy, Early Hearing Detection and Intervention, Preschool age resources, Disability specific resources, Assistive Technology, Child development resources, Web based resources.

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  • Secondary Transition Resource Booklet

    Transitioning out of high school into the “real world” can be a very stressful and emotional time for both students and families. There is a lot of information to be aware of when planning for life after high school. This booklet was organized to assist families, students, and educators with the necessary information for community resources and transitional information within St. Louis, Carlton, Lake, Pine, and Aitkin counties.

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  • Early Intervention Services

    Some babies and young children need extra help to learn and grow. Free help is available to Minnesota children from birth to five years of age (prekindergarten) who are eligible, according to the guidelines set in Minnesota law. Children can receive services in their home, child care setting or school. Early childhood specialists will work with eligible children and families to plan services and the supports they need. Services may include specialized instruction from a teacher, speech therapist, occupational therapist, or physical therapist; tips and strategies that a family can use to support their child's development in everyday activities; and connections to community services.

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  • Northern Lights Special Education Cooperative

    The purpose of the Northern Lights Special Education Cooperative is to provide, by cooperative efforts, comprehensive special education services within member districts for children and youth having significant learning needs due to disability or developmental delay.

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  • Cloquet TSES Manual and Restrictive Procedure Plan

    This document serves as the Total Special Education System Plan for Cloquet School District ISD #94 in accordance with Minnesota Rule 3525.1100. This plan also includes an assurance for compliance with the federal requirements pertaining to districts’ special education responsibilities found in United States Code, title 20, chapter 33, sections 1400 et seq., and Code of Federal Regulations, title 34, part 300. This document is a companion to the Application for Special Education Funds – Statement of Assurances (ED-01350-29). Dena Hagen, Northern Lights Special Education Cooperative’s (NLSEC) Special Education Director, is responsible for program development, coordination, and evaluation; in-service training; and general special education supervision and administration. Cloquet ISD #94 is a member district of NLSEC. Dena Hagen may be reached at Northern Lights Special Education Cooperative, [email protected], or (218) 655-5018, ext. 7006.

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