|Pre-K Services||Elementary Services||Middle School & High School Services|
|Child Find||Academic & Psychological Assessment||Academic & Psychological Assessment|
|Speech & Language/Communication Services||Speech & Language/Communication Services||Speech & Language/Communication Services|
|Special Education Instruction in Math, Reading Writing & Social Emotional Learning||Special Education Instruction in Math, Reading Writing & Social Emotional Learning|
|Resource Room Inclusion Model Seclusion Model||Resource Room Inclusion Model|
|Gifted & Talented||Secondary Transition Support|
Speech-Language Pathology Services are available through the process of referral and evaluation of children who are identified as having speech or language impairments. Speech-Language Pathology Services, otherwise known as “Speech” or “SLP Services”, provides services for the habilitation or prevention of communication impairments that may prevent students from socializing with others and delay academic or developmental growth.
Child Find is the screening process of early identification to ensure that schools are identifying the needs of students as early as 3 years old. Chief Leschi Schools are required to identify, locate, and evaluation all students with potential disabilities that may impede learning. Chief Leschi Schools are obligated to identify students, even if Chief Leschi Schools are unable to provide special education services to the student. Due to lack of programming at CLS, some students may need to return to their neighborhood school district to receive services necessary to excel in their developmental and educational needs.