Programs for Exceptional Children
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Hampton District One provides quality services to students, parents and teachers.  A primary objective is to provide appropriate education services to students who display disabilities as defined under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

These conditions include:  

Developmental Delays

 Orthopedic Impairments

 Speech/Language Impairments

 Specific Learning Disabilities

 Intellectual Disabilities

 Emotional Disabilities

 Hearing Impairments

 Visual Impairments

  Health Impairments

 Autism

 Brain Injury

 

Students ages 3-21 are eligible for inclusion in special education programs if they meet guidelines established by the state and federal governments.  

Marilyn Young

Director of Special Services
 
 
 
Angela Strother - Student Services Coordinator
 
Eanion Boyd - Data Manager

Felicia Carter - Administrative Assistant

Patricia Owens - Medicaid Clerk
 
Melvin Dubard - Behavioral Health Counselor
 
Mary Black - School Psychologist
 
Suzanne Terry - Lead Speech Therapist 

(803) 943-9434

Welcome to Hampton District One
Committed to Excellence!

 
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