In compliance with state law (Chapter 15) and federal law (Section 504), Hatboro-Horsham School District provides services, related aids, or reasonable accommodations needed to provide equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from the school program and extracurricular activities. In order to qualify, a student must have a physical or mental disability which substantially limits a major life activity. If an evaluation and subsequent parent/school team determine that a child is eligible, a service agreement, noting reasonable accommodations in regular education, is developed. These services are distinct from those applicable to students in special education. For further information on the evaluation procedures and provision of services to protected handicapped students, parents can contact the Director of Special Education.
"We don't always create the conflict that enters our lives, but we can always choose our response to those conflicts."
Who We Are
A group of teachers, administrators and support staff trained to identify and assist students having problems in the areas of:
A community counselor dedicated and trained to work with students in school in one on one and group settings.