Welcome to Student Services
Jennifer Horne, Director of Student Services x389
Patricia Wallace, Assistant Director of Student Services x388
Storm Medders, District Coordinator x390
June Strickland, School Psychologist x385
Jim Chisholm, School Psychologist x386
Eleanor Hagwood, Contracted School Psychologist x387
Samantha Lewis, Administrative Assistant x389
Stacey Clark, Secretary x297
Disposal of Special Education Records
Effective July 24,2018, the Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District will be disposing special education records following the guidelines of HB 1551 in compliance with RSA 186-C:10-a requires:
I. Upon a student's graduation from high school, his or her parents may request the local education agency, in writing, to have the student's records and final individualized education program destroyed at that time or request that the records be retained until the student's twenty-sixth (26) birthday. The parents may, at any time prior to the student's twenty-sixth (26) birthday, request, in writing, that the records be retained until the student's thirtieth birthday.
II. Absent any request by a student's parents at the time of graduation, the local education agency shall destroy a student's records and final individualized education program within a reasonable time after the student's twenty-sixth (26) birthday, provided that all such records be destroyed by the student's thirtieth (30) birthday.
Services & Programs
For 2018-2019, JRCSD will offer the following FREE preschool programs.
For 3 year olds:
• Half-day program at Jaffrey Grade School
• Half-day program at Rindge Memorial School
For 4 year olds:
Full-day pilot program at Jaffrey Grade School
Half-day program at Rindge Memorial School
Lottery for preschool takes place in the spring.
CHILD FIND SCREENING
The Jaffrey-Rindge Cooperative School District will sponsor an area Child Find Program. The program is designed to identify and screen children from age 2.5 through 5 who are suspected of having disabilities that may interfere with later school progress. The screening is free and available to all families living in the towns of Jaffrey and Rindge. Children will be screened in the areas of learning, speech and language, and fine and gross motor skills.
To make an appointment, call Stacey Clark (603)532-8122 x297
October 23, 2019 at Rindge Memorial School 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
February 12, 2020 at Jaffrey Grade School 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Results of the assessments will be mailed to the parents. (Please be patient, this could take up to 3 weeks) All information will be kept confidential and will only be released to other professionals, i.e. school system or physician, with parental consent.
In accordance with Public Law 105-17 (IDEA), the District of Jaffrey/Rindge is required to actively seek, identify, and provide services to children with learning and/or developmental disabilities, ages 3-21. If you know of a child, living in the towns of Jaffrey or Rindge, in need of Special Education services, please call the Director of Student Services (603)532-8122 x389.