Psychological Services and Special Education
Special Education Early Intervention Preschool Program
Early Intervention is a program designed to serve preschool students, ages 3-5, who have been identified as requiring special education and who reside in the Kingsburg Elementary School District. All students in the program have an Individualized Education Plan and qualify under an established qualifying condition (Speech and Language, Autism, Visual Impairment, Hearing Impairment, Intellectual Disability, or other established medical disability etc.)
It meets three times weekly for ninety minutes per session on the Washington School campus. The program emphasizes early language development. It is taught by preschool instructors and is monitored and supported by a Speech-Language Pathologist, a School Psychologist as well as other staff. Please contact Joy Bratton at the Special Education Office (897-6864) for more information.
The program is offered Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Session 1 is from 8:30-10
Session 2 is from 10:30-12:00
The preschool instructors are: Sandy Delmanowsky Warnert, Melissa Riddle, and Katie Hawkins.
Please contact Joy Bratton at the Special Education Office (897-6864) for more information.
Speech and Language Therapy
Speech and Language Therapy is available to Kingsburg Elementary students who qualify and are over 3 years of age. Qualification can be made in the areas of articulation, receptive and expressive language, voice, and pragmatics.
Students may be served in small group pull-out, or in their preschool or classroom setting. Students may be referred by parents, doctors, teachers, or other members of the community.
Please contact Speech Therapist Karissa Koch at 559-897-2955 if you would like to request a speech and language screening.
2455 14th Street, Kingsburg CA 93631
Ph: (559) 897-6864 Fax: (559) 897-6871
Erin Pasillas - Director of Special Education and Student Services
Sarah Luna - School Psychologist
Meredith Moreno - School Counselor