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Posted:
2/20/2019
Job Category:
Mental Health
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School Psychologist Intern
Quincy Public Schools | Quincy, Illinois
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Job Description

School Psychologist Intern

District

2019-20 School Year

Qualifications:

* Must be working towards Illinois Professional Educator License
* Must be working towards Illinois License in School Psychology

If you have questions,

please contact:

Eryn Beswick

Special Education Director

217-223-8700

About Quincy Public Schools

Quincy Public Schools offers a wide array of Special Education services. Special Education is a service designed for students who have disabilities that affect their ability to make progress in the general education setting. Students must meet the criteria of the 12 different types of disabilities that are defined in state and federal regulations and demonstrate the need for specially designed instruction or the need for a related service to access the general curriculum to be eligible for special education. The TEAM determines the appropriate services and placement in the least restrictive setting. The least restrictive setting outside the general education setting would be services in the Resource Room. Each Quincy Public School has at least one Resource Room. In addition, the following programs have been developed and are situated across the district for students in need of a more restrictive placement. Quincy Public Schools recognize that many students have learning challenges. To meet these needs, we offer a wide array of programs - everything from extra assistance in a regular classroom setting to substantially separate intensive, therapeutic environments. Intervention can begin as early as pre-school and continue on through high school. These pages give an overview of our Special Education Programs. Please contact our Director of Special Education at617-984-8743 if you have questions or concerns about your child or any of our programs. Please click here to view/print our QPS Special Education Program Description booklet.

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