Teams and Services

  • Program Facilitators support teachers in the development, implementation, and monitoring of IEPs, implementing the curriculum in the SPED settings and ensuring that all SPED student’s IEP goals and objectives are being addressed in the LRE. Their function also includes implementing effective methods to address student’s needs and maintaining an ongoing system of communication with regular education teachers, special education teachers, & Administrators ensuring that we are meeting the needs of our special education students

  • The role of a BEHAVIOR FACILITATOR is to provide direct support to administrators and teachers when significant behaviors are exhibited by our SPED students. Through the BF, teachers and support staff receive counsel on the best practice procedures and effective interventions in addressing challenging behaviors of students with disabilities that are in line with IDEA mandates. Services may include professional development in classroom management, models of positive behavior, writing and implementing Behavior Goals/Plans, Crisis Plans, FERBS, Social Skill Instruction, and much more. Their purpose is to ensure an educational environment that maximizes learning and safety for all.

    Donna Gros Ext. 3756 Lewis Middle, Maplewood Middle, Leblanc Middle, LaGrange High, Sulphur 9th, Sulphur High    
    Staci Bebee Ext. 3628 DeQuincy Middle, Iowa Middle, Oak Park Middle, S. J. Welsh Middle, F. K. White Middle, Barbe High, Bell City High, DeQuincy High, Iowa High
    Mindy Thibodeaux Ext. 3638 Arnett Middle, Molo Middle, Moss Bluff Middle, Sam Houston High, Stark High, Vinton High, Vinton Middle, Wash/Marion High, Westlake High      
    Dana Semien Ext. 2716      
  • District Content Leader - To provide content and curriculum-specific training and/or modeling to fellow teachers in schools. Conducts those tasks and assignments as directed by the Supervisor of Special Education and Administrative Director of Special Services in an effective, efficient, and timely manner. She problem solves with faculty, staff, and administrative personnel regarding the provision of services for struggling students. Ms. Deville serves as a resource to school staff members in the provision of services for struggling students. She also keeps abreast of best practices, continues professional growth through educational meetings, visiting related facilities, reading professional literature, and exchanging ideas among the district staff, and adhering to all district policies and procedures.