Overview

Disability is a natural part of the human experience and in no way diminishes the right of individuals to participate in or contribute to society. Improving educational results for children with disabilities is an essential element of our national policy of ensuring equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency for individuals with disabilities.

The Preamble to IDEA 2004
 
As educators in District 203, we believe in excellence in education and in the dignity and uniqueness of each individual. In keeping with our vision to build a passion for lifelong learning, we strive to address and accommodate the needs of students as they engage in the learning process. Student Services provides district-wide support for students with disabilities by partnering with building teams, parents, and the community to ensure all students have access to the core curriculum, equal opportunities for advanced learning and a rigorous pathway of instruction that is responsive to their individual educational needs. 
 
Naperville Community Consolidated School District 203 provides a full continuum of educational services and supports for students with disabilities who qualify under the provisions of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 504) or the Individual with Disabilities Act (IDEA). 
 

Summer Learning 2017

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ESY – Early Childhood 
Monday-Thursday only
June 5-July 13
Ann Reid
 
Carrie L Smith
ESY- Elementary June 5-July 13Beebe & Meadow Glens
Melana Rivera
 
Jennifer Schemidt
ESY – Junior High, High School, Connections
Monday-Thursday only
 
June 5-July 13
MJHS
NNHS
David Pearlman

Student  Services

Dr. Christine Igoe
Assistant Superintendent for Student Services
cigoe@naperville203.org

630-420-6465

 
Lisa Xagas
Director of Student Services
lxagas@naperville203.org
630-420-6564
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