About Our Program
Madison School District provides special education services to children ages 3-5 who demonstrate delays or disabilities. Children with special needs are placed in preschool classrooms alongside children of their own age who demonstrate typical development and can act as good models for language and social skills. The focus of the curriculum is on the developmental areas of Cognitive Skills (including pre-academic and academic skills), Communication Skills, Personal/Social Skills, Adaptive Skills and Motor Skills. The district currently has four preschool classrooms.
If you would like to enroll your child in our program as a peer model or if you have concerns about your child's development please contact Kathy Hanosky through the Special Services office at 208-359-3315.
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Early Childhood Special Education Teacher
208-359-3332 ext. 1204
Preschool School Psychologist
208-359-3315 ext. 3629
Preschool Speech and Language Pathologist
208-359-3332 ext. 1228