Exceptional Children's Department
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    Exceptional Children's Department

    The Exceptional Children's Department Program of services and staff commits to providing specially designed instruction with fidelity and evidenced based practices to students with disabilities with IEP's enrolled in Pitt County Schools in the least restrictive educational environment.

     

                                                                                                                                                                                     

                                                                                                                                                     

       

      Congratulations to our 2018-2019 School Duel Champs

                                                JH Rose!!!

                         School Duel Champs! JH Rose

     

    Check it out! Ayden Middle School STEM class builds beeping eggs for our visually impaired students to particpate in an egg hunt at Wintergreen Elementary school!  

                                    Daily Reflector Happy Hunting Ground

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Exceptional Student Spotlight

  • Hunter Outland and Virginia Gaynor

    Hunter Outland presented to a group of staff at a workshop regarding students with autism and behaviors sometimes associated with autism. He spoke about himself, the behaviors he had and how he has overcome them. Thanks, Hunter for sharing your story!

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Announcements

  • !!Parent Listserv!!

    The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has created a listserv to give you the most up to date information! You have to sign up to receive the emails. Please see the following attachments from information on how to sign up and more about this new resource!

    How to sign up

    Sign Up Now!

    EC Parent Listserv Memo

     

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  • STEM Career Showcase for Students with Disabilities

    The STEM Career Showcase for Students with Disabilities is an annual educational event where attendees meet role models with disabilities who have thriving careers in STEM fields.
    This event will be on October 15 at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. The event is free but registration is required for individuals and groups. Please click link below to sign up! 
     
     
     
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  • September Issue Exceptional Parent Magzine

    Back to school issue of Exceptional Parent Magazine

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  • 2019 Incredible ECU Women Award Recipient

    Please join us in congratulating Ms. Virginia Gaynor, Director of Exceptional Children, on receiving the 2019 Incredible ECU Women Award!  The Women's Roundtable acknowledges the contributions of women to East Carolina University's legacy and encourages new levels of commitment by women to the university's future. 

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  • Attention: All confidential special education records of persons born in 1993 will be destroyed on or immediately after January 5, 2020. Click the link for more details.

    Public Notice of Destruction of Records

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  • The North Carolina Assistive Technology Program is hosting a one day AT Vendor Expo September 26th, 2019! It is free to attend but you must register!

    AT Expo in Raleigh, NC

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  • The STEPP Program at ECU offers comprehensive academic, social and life skills support to students with specific learning disabilities in college. 

    Project STEPP Brochure

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  • Winterville Civitan Servant's Heart Award to Michele Mazey

    Congratulations to Michele Mazey, PCS Adapted Physical Educator, on being presented with the Civitan Servant's Heart Award on April 15th, 2019 by the Winterville Civitan Club.  This award is part of a global awareness project honoring those who work with individuals with disabilities. Thank you, Michele, for your work in the community!

     

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  • TEACCH School Transition to Employment and PostSecondary Education (T-STEP)

    T-STEP is a FREE intervention for individuals with Autism ages 16-21. Please see flyer below for more details and contact information.

    T-Step Flyer

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  • Duke Child Studies Research Opportunity

    If your child has severe vision or hearing loss, they may be eligible to participate in a research study at Duke. Please see flyer below for more information.

    Research Flyer

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  • Please check out PCS Transition Services on Facebook! 

    This page is aimed at providing resources and information to help our students meet their postsecondary goals!

    PCS Transition Services

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