The Department of Special Education meets the individual needs of students ages three through twenty-one who are eligible for special education and related services according to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The department assists in the assessment process for determining special education eligibility.
A full continuum of services is available, ranging from the least restrictive to more restrictive environments, depending on the specific needs of the student. The department also supports schools in ensuring students with disabilities appropriately access the Georgia Performance Standards and provides specialized instruction as determined necessary by the individualized education plan (IEP).
In collaboration with students, schools, families, and the community, the Department of Special Education assists students with disabilities in increasing academic performance and enhancing postsecondary options.
School Name LTSE LTSE Office Phone # Coordinator Coordinator Phone # Allgood ES Johnson, Stephanie 678-676-2073 Williams 678-676-1898 Arabia Mtn HS Givens, Natalie 678-875-3647 Thomas 678-676-1920 Ashford Park ES Noto, Nola 678-676-2036 Williams 678-676-1898 Austin ES Szczesniak, Patti 678-676-2087 McGhee 678-676-1893 Avondale ES Blount, Joy 678-676-2074 Williams 678-676-1898 Barack Obama ES Clark, Kim 678-676-2050 McGhee 678-676-1893 Bethune MS Allen (Eggins), Karen 678-875-0355 Millon 678-676-1894 Bob Mathis ES Johnson-Easley, Yolanda 678-676-1872 Johnson 678-676-1896 Bouie ES Theme Johnson-Easley, Yolanda 678-676-1872 Johnson 678-676-1896 Briar Vista ES Bedard, Kim 678-676-2059 Johnson 678-676-1896 Briarlake ES Cox, Chris 678-676-2060 King 678-676-2069 Brockett ES Bedard, Kim 678-676-2059 Johnson 678-676-1896 Browns Mill ES Jones, Stephanie 678-676-2058 Johnson 678-676-1896 Canby Lane ES Idlette, Barbara 678-676-2054 Williams 678-676-1898 Cary Reynolds ES Johnson, Stephanie 678-676-2073 Williams 678-676-1898 Cedar Grove ES Felton, Veronice 678-676-2124 McGhee 678-676-1893 Cedar Grove HS Wright, Sharon 678-874-4013 Thomas 678-676-1920 Cedar Grove MS Kellyman, Carol 678-874-4245 Millon 678-676-1894 Chamblee HS Stephens, Viki 678-676-6947 Thomas 678-676-1920 Chamblee MS Hunter, Marilyn 678-874-8245 Millon 678-676-1894 Champion Theme MS Hunter, Marilyn 678-676-1524 Millon 678-676-1894 Chapel Hill ES Jones, Stephanie 678-676-2058 Johnson 678-676-1896 Chapel Hill MS Drummer, Marcia 678-676-8545 Millon 678-676-1894 Chesnut ES Holmes, James 678-676-2062 King 678-676-2069 Clarkston HS Robinzine, Monique 678-676-5334 Thomas 678-676-1920 Columbia ES Mendez, Anisha 678-676-2051 Williams 678-676-1898 Columbia HS Rice, Brenda 678-874-0835 Thomas 678-676-1920 Columbia MS Bulgin, Rose-Claire 678-875-0548 Millon 678-676-1894 Coralwood Center Davis, Lucinda 678-676-2391 Johnson 678-676-1896 Cross Keys HS Lawson, Robin 678-874-6114 Thomas 678-676-1920 DATE Greaves, Deborah 678-676-2052 McGhee 678-676-1893 DECA Givens, Natalie 678-676-2402 Thomas 678-676-1920 DeKalb Alternative Butler, Tracy 678-676-2322 Thomas 678-676-1920 DeKalb Path Academy Harper, Keshia 678-676-2046 McGhee 678-676-1893 DeKalb Prep Acad Harper, Keshia 678-676-2046 McGhee 678-676-1893 DeKalb School of Arts Givens, Natalie 678-676-2502 Thomas 678-676-1920 DESA Clark, Kim 678-676-2050 McGhee 678-676-1893 Destiny Academy Wright, Sharon 678-874-4013 Thomas 678-676-1920 DHST/South Lawson, Robin 678-874-4502 Thomas 678-676-1920 Dresden ES Mendez, Anisha 678-676-2051 Williams 678-676-1898 Druid Hills HS Lee, Candace 678-874-6331 Thomas 678-676-1920 Druid Hills MS Hayes, Judy 678-874-7645 Millon 678-676-1894 Dunaire ES Warner, Tanyana 678-676-2063 Williams 678-676-1898 Dunwoody ES Peters, Catherine 678-676-2090 McGhee 678-676-1893 Dunwoody HS Conway, Colleen 678-874-8546 Thomas 678-676-1920 E. L. Miller ES Penister, Nancy 678-676-2075 Williams 678-676-1898 Eagle Woods Academy Medearis, John 678-676-8102 Woods 678-676-8105 Elizabeth Andrews Givens, Natalie 678-676-2698 Thomas 678-676-1920 Evansdale ES Days, Sherron 678-676-2081 Williams 678-676-1898 Fairington ES Alexander, Meta 678-676-2045 Williams 678-676-1898 Fernbank ES Blount, Joy 678-676-2074 Williams 678-676-1898 Flat Rock ES Scott-Kaigler, Amanda 678-676-2077 Williams 678-676-1898 Flat Shoals ES Jordan, Tawana 678-676-2067 King 678-676-2069 Freedom MS Rosser, Mary Ann 678-874-8708 Millon 678-676-1894 GLOBE Greaves, Deborah 678-676-2052 McGhee 678-676-1893 Hambrick ES Holmes, James 678-676-2062 King 678-676-2069 Hawthorne ES Jacobs, Prudencia 678-676-2042 Williams 678-676-1898 Henderson Mill ES Koehler, Anne 678-676-2044 King 678-676-2069 Henderson MS Watts, Danzella 678-874-2945 Millon 678-676-1894 Hightower ES Hunter, Sharenia 678-676-2056 Williams 678-676-1898 Huntley Hills ES Wierman, Kym 678-676-2080 Johnson 678-676-1896 Idlewood ES Lucas, Lila 678-676-2038 Williams 678-676-1898 Indian Creek ES Bedard, Kim 678-676-2059 Johnson 678-676-1896 International Community Charter Greaves, Deborah 678-676-2052 McGhee 678-676-1893 International Student Center Greaves, Deborah 678-676-2052 McGhee 678-676-1893 John Lewis ES Gaudet, Joan 678-676-2091 Williams 678-676-1898 Jolly ES Sparks, Jacqueline 678-676-2061 King 678-676-2069 Kelley Lake ES Szczesniak, Patti 678-676-2087 McGhee 678-676-1893 Kingsley ES Noto, Nola 678-676-2036 Williams 678-676-1898 Kittredge Magnet Jacobs, Prudencia 678-676-2042 Williams 678-676-1898 Lakeside HS Henderson, Glenda 678-874-6731 Thomas 678-676-1920 Laurel Heights Brown, Shevon 678-676-2078 McGhee 678-676-1893 Laurel Ridge ES Gresham, Latrice 678-676-2066 King 678-676-2069 Leadership Prep Harper, Keshia 678-676-2046 McGhee 678-676-1893 Lithonia HS Morrison, Lloyd 678-676-2947 Thomas 678-676-1920 Lithonia MS O'Neal, Roszella 678-875-0746 Millon 678-676-1894 Livsey ES Cox, Chris 678-676-2060 King 678-676-2069 Marbut ES Pennister, Nancy 678-676-2075 Williams 678-676-1898 Margaret Harris Brown, Shevon 678-676-2078 McGhee 678-676-1893 McLendon ES Gaudet, Joan 678-676-2091 Williams 678-676-1898 McNair ES Washington, Renee 678-676-2041 King 678-676-2069 McNair HS Lambert, Yolanda 678-874-4930 Thomas 678-676-1920 McNair MS King, Chad 678-874-5116 Millon 678-676-1894 Midvale ES Berry, Leisa 678-676-2089 Johnson 678-676-1896 Miller Grove HS Howard-Thomas, Donielle 678-875-1125 Thomas 678-676-1920 Miller Grove MS Bannister, Karlenna 678-676-8917 Millon 678-676-1894 MLK HS Vivians, Carlton 678-874-5422 Thomas 678-676-1920 Montclair ES Gaudet, Joan 678-676-2091 Williams 678-676-1898 Montgomery ES Szczesniak, Patti 678-676-2087 McGhee 678-676-1893 Murphey Candler ES Green, Shaunte 678-676-2079 King 678-676-2069 Museum School Harper, Keshia 678-676-2046 McGhee 678-676-1893 Narvie J Harris ES Williams, Wranchetta 678-676-2039 McGhee 678-676-1893 Oak Grove ES Cooper, Ernestine 678-676-2085 McGhee 678-676-1893 Oak View ES Idlette, Barbara 678-676-2054 Williams 678-676-1898 Oakcliff ES Berry, Leisa 678-676-2089 Johnson 678-676-1896 Panola Way ES Sparks, Jacqueline 678-676-2061 King 678-676-2069 Peachcrest ES Butterworth, Jessica 678-676-2071 Johnson 678-676-1896 Peachtree MS Hill, Deirdre 678-676-7747 Millon 678-676-1894 Pine Ridge ES Jordan, Tawana 678-676-2067 King 678-676-2069 Pleasantdale ES Hunter, Sharenia 678-676-2056 Williams 678-676-1898 Preschool Community Robinson, Myriam 678-676-2056 Johnson 678-676-1896 Preschool Diagnostics Baptiste, Erin 678-676-2037 Johnson 678-676-1896 Princeton ES Culberson Bowman, Twana 678-676-2068 King 678-676-2069 Rainbow ES Williams, Wranchetta 678-676-2039 McGhee 678-676-1893 Redan ES Alexander, Meta 678-676-2045 Williams 678-676-1898 Redan HS Pritchett, Patricia 678-676-3633 Thomas 678-676-1920 Redan MS Allrich-Lamothe, Emmeline 678-874-7969 Millon 678-676-1894 Robert Shaw Culberson Bowman, Twana 678-676-2068 King 678-676-2069 Rock Chapel ES Days, Sherron 678-676-2081 Williams 678-676-1898 Rockbridge ES Koehler, Anne 678-676-2044 King 678-676-2069 Rowland ES Felton, Veronice 678-676-2124 McGhee 678-676-1893 Sagamore Hills ES Cooper, Ernestine 678-676-2085 McGhee 678-676-1893 Salem MS Rivers, Syette 678-676-9484 Millon 678-676-1894 Sequoyah MS Outler, Sharon 678-676-7930 Millon 678-676-1894 Shadow Rock Center Montgomery, Karol 678-676-4002 Woods 678-676-8105 Shadow Rock ES Penister, Nancy 678-676-2075 Williams 678-676-1898 Smoke Rise ES Lucas, Lila 678-676-2038 Williams 678-676-1898 Snapfinger ES Scott-Kaigler, Amanda 678-676-2077 Williams 678-676-1898 Southwest DeKalb HS Wynn, Elaine 678-874-1946 Thomas 678-676-1920 State Schools Gresham, Latrice 678-676-2066 King 678-676-2069 Stephenson HS Coleman, Keisha 678-676-4247 Thomas 678-676-1920 Stephenson MS Walker, LaCricia 678-676-4478 Millon 678-676-1894 Stone Mill ES Heaven, Venita 678-676-2065 Williams 678-676-1898 Stone Mountain ES Green, Shaunte 678-676-2079 King 678-676-2069 Stone Mountain HS Johnson, Adiaha 678-676-6330 Thomas 678-676-1920 Stone Mountain MS Williams-Shirley, Diane 678-676-4840 Millon 678-676-1894 Stoneview ES Washington, Renee 678-676-2041 King 678-676-2069 Tapestry Charter Mitchell, Deborah 678-875-0947 Millon 678-676-1894 Toney ES Weirman, Kym 678-676-2080 Johnson 678-676-1896 Towers HS Pulliam, Lillian 678-874-2247 Thomas 678-676-1920 Tucker HS Buck, Linda 678-874-3728 Thomas 678-676-1920 Tucker MS Mitchell, Deborah 678-875-0947 Millon 678-676-1894 Vanderlyn ES Peters, Catherine 678-676-2090 McGhee 678-676-1893 Wadsworth Butterworth, Jessica 678-676-2071 Johnson 678-676-1896 Warren Technical HS Poulos, Deborah 678-676-6518 Thomas 678-676-1920 Woodridge ES Warner, Tanyana 678-676-2063 Williams 678-676-1898 Woodward ES Heaven, Venita 678-676-2065 Williams 678-676-1898 Wynbrooke ES Williams, Wranchetta 678-676-2039 McGhee 678-676-1893
Georgia Special Needs Scholarship ProgramSenate Bill 10, as signed into law on May 18, 2007, created the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship (GSNS) Program. It allows parents of students who receive special education services to choose to transfer their child to another school, public school system, state school, or authorized participating private school. As long as it is authorized in State law and funded by the Georgia General Assembly, the GSNS Program will be available.
Parents/guardians can find out more about the program by visiting the GSNS webpage at http://www.gadoe.org/External-Affairs-and-Policy/Policy/Pages/Special-Needs-Scholarship-Program.aspx. Scholarship amounts for the 2018-2019 school year will be available on the Georgia Department of Education web page by mid-July 2018.A student must meet the following eligibility requirements to participate in the GSNS Program during the 2018 – 2019 school year:
If a student meets the eligibility criteria for the GSNS Program, the parent(s)/guardian(s) has the right to request a transfer from a student’s current public school to:
- Student Eligibility Criteria 1: A student must have a parent/guardian who currently lives in Georgia and has been a resident for at least one calendar year.
- Student Eligibility Criteria 2: A student was enrolled and completed the 2017-18 school year in a Georgia public school in grades kindergarten through twelfth.
- Student Eligibility Criteria 3: A student was reported attending a Georgia public school by a school district(s) during mandatory student counts conducted in October 2017 and March 2018.
- Student Eligibility Criteria 4: A student does not need to have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for the entire school year to qualify for the GSNS Program. A student must have received special education services at some point during the 2017-2019 school year through an IEP. A student must be reported by a school district(s) in either the October 2017 OR March 2018 student counts OR in final student record as a student receiving special education services by the end of the 2017-2018 school year.
Yes, students who meet the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship eligibility criteria in law, now have greater public choice options available to them. Parent(s)/guardian(s) may request a public school within or outside their local school system.
- Another public school within their school system; or
- Another public school outside their school system; or
- One of the three State schools for the blind or deaf; or
- A private school authorized to participate in the GSNS Program.
The authority to allow or deny transfer requests belongs to a school system. School systems can create their own forms and set deadlines for transfer requests. Parents/guardians must contact a school system directly regarding the process the school system uses for public school transfer requests available through the GSNS Program. Many school systems have policies in place not to accept students from outside its system which is allowable through state law.Parent LetterIDEA is a federal law that requires public schools to provide all children with disabilities a free and appropriate public education (FAPE). If you choose to remove your child from the public school—even if the state is providing some funds for the private school— then you are refusing parental consent to services under IDEA. Therefore, a private school is not required to provide the same services required of public schools. If you decide to return your child to a public school, your child would again be entitled to all rights and services pursuant to IDEA as long as the child remains eligible to receive services through an IEP.
Alexandra Wright, Parent Mentor
Demetra Williams, Parent Mentor
(678) 676-2106Dear Dear DeKalb County Families:
As the Executive Director of Special Education, I want to welcome you to the DeKalb County School District. Please know that the Special Education Department is committed to providing the most appropriate educational programs for your child.
We have a dedicated team of professionals to assist you. As part of this dedicated team, I am pleased to introduce you to our Parent Mentors: Alexandra Wright and Demetra Williams. Their contact information is found on the this website and on the Parent Mentor website at http://www.parentmentors.org. Select Our Mentors, Find a Mentor and choose DeKalb County.
Parent mentors work to build effective family, school, and community partnerships that lead to greater achievement for students, especially those with disabilities. At the school, district and state levels, these partnerships are essential to the success of parent mentors and ultimately to the enhanced outcomes for students and their families.
Parent mentors partner with parents to support them in becoming more engaged in their children’s educational programs. They share information, encourage participation in IEP meetings, and help identify needed resources and services. In schools, parent mentors partner with teachers, administrators, and other school staff to integrate family engagement into school and district. They are here to help and encourage you to reach out.
Thank you in advance for your continued support and interest.
Dr. Chezia A. Calloway
Executive DirectorThe mission of parent mentors is to provide information, support, and encouragement to the families of children who receive special education services and to the professionals who serve them.
Who are Parents Mentors?Parents of children with disabilities, who are employed on a part-time basis by the school system.
What do Parent Mentors do?
- assist families and educators in locating information and resources
- provide workshops for parents and educators
- provide confidential support for parental concerns and questions
- provide a parent’s perspective to educators
Special Education Services and Supports: The GaDOE Division for Special Education Services and Supports includes programs and services that support local school districts in their efforts to provide special education and related services to students with disabilities.
Parents’ Rights: GaDOE webpage containing Parents’ Rights, Parents’ Rights videos (in English and Spanish), and Parent Information Fact Sheets.
Parent Information Fact Sheets: GaDOE webpage containing fact sheets on a variety of topics, from assistive technology and discipline to making sure your preschooler starts on a path towards high school graduation. These fact sheets are also available in the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Spanish Vietnamese.
Parent to Parent of Georgia: Parent to Parent of Georgia offers a variety of services to Georgia families impacted by disabilities or special healthcare needs.
Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership: The Parent Mentor Partnership was founded in 2002 when six school districts partnered with the Georgia Department of Education Division for Special Education Services and Supports to hire parent mentors to infuse family engagement into school and district activities. Mentors provide information to parents of students with disabilities to assist them in navigating the special education system and in identifying activities that could help improve outcomes for their children.
Student Success: Imagine the Possibilities: The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) has required that each State Educational Agency (SEA) develop a State Systemic Improvement Plan that includes a comprehensive, multi-year focus on improving results for Students with Disabilities! Each state must develop a plan that will outline the development of strategies to increase state capacity to structure and lead meaningful change in Local Educational Agencies (LEAs). While the primary focus of the plan is on improvement for Students with Disabilities, the State must also address in its SSIP how the State will use its general supervision systems to improve implementation of the requirements of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Georgia will implement a systemic plan, “Student Success,” in FY16 to improve graduation outcomes for Students with Disabilities.
Dispute Resolution: There are several ways to come to a resolution in a dispute with the district over the rights and services afforded to students with disabilities and their families. The quickest and most efficient method is to contact the Executive Director for Special Education. The Executive Director can often assist a family to work out the differences with minimal time and conflict. When a resolution cannot be worked out locally, there are processes guaranteed to families of students with disabilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). These include (1) formal complaints, (2) mediation and/or (3) a due process hearing.IEP Team Meeting Facilitation is an optional process, not required by the IDEA that state educational agencies (SEA) or school districts may provide to parents and schools. A facilitated IEP Team meeting is the same as any other IEP Team meeting, except that a facilitator joins the meeting.
What is IEP Team Meeting Facilitation?
IEP Team Meeting Facilitation is a collaborative dispute prevention and resolution process used when members of an IEP Team agree that the presence of a third party would help facilitate communication and problem solving. IEP Team Meeting Facilitation can be especially useful when there is a history of communication challenges or a meeting is expected to be particularly complex or controversial.
In a facilitated IEP Team meeting, an impartial facilitator helps to keep members of the IEP Team focused on the development of the IEP while addressing conflicts and disagreements that may arise during the meeting. At the meeting, the facilitator will use communication skills that create an environment in which the IEP Team members can listen to each member’s point of view and work together to complete the development of a high quality IEP.
To receive a copy of the student’s record, a written request with the signature of the parent(s), legal guardian(s), or student (if eighteen years or older) is needed to release records. A trained surrogate parent assigned by the special education department may also sign the request. The request should include the address and phone number of the person requesting the record. The request should be forwarded to the special education records office by mail or fax.
Special Education Records Office
East DeKalb Campus
5839 Memorial Drive
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
Parent/guardian consent is not required prior to disclosing student records/information to the following:
- parent(s)/guardian(s), or eligible students
- other school officials, including teachers within the Local School System (LSS) or legally constituted cooperating agencies (e.g., psycho educational programs, regional education service agencies (RESAs), or shared services) when access has legitimate educational purposes
- in connection with a student’s application for or receipt of financial aid
- to organizations, with the written approval of the Superintendent, conducting a study on behalf of an education agency to develop, validate, or administer predictive tests, to administer student aid, or to improve instruction (information will only be available to those conducting the study with all personally-identifiable data destroyed when they are no longer needed for the purpose of the study)
- to accreditation agencies
- in compliance with a judicial order
- to authorized state or federal representatives evaluating or auditing federally supported educational programs
- to the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Civil Rights
- to officials of other schools or school systems in which the student seeks or is eligible to enroll, upon condition that the student’s parent(s)/guardian(s) (1) be notified of the transfer, (2) receive a copy of the record if desired, and (3) have an opportunity for a hearing to challenge the content of the record
- to a department of human resources (DHR), department of corrections (DOC), department of juvenile justice (DJJ), or department of labor (DOL) for the purpose of making appropriate education decisions
- for any use or purpose other than meeting a requirement under this part
Questions and AnswersParent(s), legal guardian(s), the student (if eighteen years or older), or a trained surrogate parent assigned by the special education department may obtain a copy of the student’s record at no cost.Parent(s), legal guardian(s), the student (if eighteen years or older), or a trained surrogate parent assigned by the special education department may sign the “Authorization to Release” form.Any and all records collected, maintained, and/or used in providing a free appropriate public education. This typically includes the individualized education plan (IEP), eligibility report(s), and assessment information if applicable.Special education records are maintained until the records are no longer needed for educational planning purposes (i.e., student graduates with a high school diploma, reaches maximum age, etc.) and are destroyed in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) procedures.Requests for records are usually processed within a week.
Child Find Requirements
Do you know a child who may have a disability? Can The Child Find help?
Have you heard of the Child Find mandate? It’s a legal requirement for our District to find children who have disabilities, or who may be suspected of having disabilities, and are in need of special education services.
Child Find is a federally established, comprehensive system designed to ensure that all children with a disability receive a free appropriate public education.
The DeKalb County School District maintains an active and continuing Child Find program designed to identify, locate and evaluate those children residing within the District’s boundaries who may be in need of special education and related services.Children with disabilities from birth through age 21 are covered by Child Find. These children may be enrolled in a DeKalb County school, attend a preschool, Head Start or day care center, or attend a private or parochial school located within the District’s boundaries. Children who are home schooled, highly mobile, migrant, or homeless are also covered by Child Find.The DeKalb County School District offers comprehensive special education services to eligible students ages three through 21 years. Children from birth to age three with developmental delays or disabilities will be referred to Babies Can’t Wait, Georgia’s early intervention program for infants and toddlers.A referral can be made by anyone who has a concern about a child’s development. All referrals are considered confidential and the parent retains the right to refuse to provide consent for an evaluation.
Public school services include screening in the area of suspected disabilities, such as hearing, motor skills, communication, and general development. Evaluations target the “whole child,” including learning disabilities, speech and language development, physical impairments, vision or hearing problems, mental retardation, emotional disturbances, autism/pervasive developmental disorders, traumatic brain injuries or other health problems.
We offer a full continuum of services for all eligible students enrolled in the DeKalb County School District and for those students who are home schooled or enrolled in a private or parochial school located within the District’s boundaries. Services are provided at no cost to the family.If you know of a child you suspect may have a disability, please urge his or her parents to contact:
The local school for school-aged children,
The Preschool Diagnostics Team at 678-874-6024 for three- and four-year-old children, or
The Special Education Department at 678-676-1809.
The purpose of transition is to assist students with disabilities to build the skills and supports they need to successfully reach their post-school goals.
The 2004 reauthorization of the Individual with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) changed transition services to a “results-oriented process” that is focused on improving the academic and functional achievement of the child. The IDEA also requires the individualized education plan (IEP) team to include “appropriate measurable postsecondary goals based upon age-appropriate transition assessments related to training, education, employment, and, where appropriate, independent living.” The state rules for special education require that transition plans be in place prior to the student entering ninth grade or by age sixteen, whichever comes first.
The transition service plan (TSP), formerly know as individual transition plan (ITP), serves as a guide to assist the student, the family, the school, and community service agencies to formulate a plan that will assist with transition from school to adult life.
Directory Office/Programs Phone Number Dr. Chezia Calloway
Department of Special Education
678.676.1892 Assistant Director, Budget & Human Capital 678.676.1892 Assistant Director, Compliance 678.676.1892 Assistant Director, Professional Learning & Specialized Instruction 678.676.1920 Assistant Director, Special Projects 678.676.2378 Coordinator, High Schools 678.676.1920 Coordinator, Middle Schools 678.676.1894 Coordinator, Elementary Schools 678.676.1809 Coordinator, Intellectual Disabilities 678.676.1893 Coordinator, Speech-Language & Related Services 678.676.2030 Coordinator, Low Incidence Programs 678.676.2069 Coordinator, Preschool Programs 678.676.1896 Coordinator, Student Records 678.676.1802