Mifflin County School District

Special Education Parent Information


 As part of our endeavors to improve instructional delivery to all students, Mifflin County School District has made a commitment to adopt more inclusive practices for students with IEPs.  Inclusive education describes the successful education of students who have IEPs with the appropriate supports and services to participate and benefit in general classroom settings and other natural environments.  It implies more than physical proximity between students with and without disabilities.  In inclusive schools and classrooms, students with disabilities are valued as contributing members of the school community, leading to a sense of belonging within classrooms and the community at large.  Our concern is no longer whether to provide inclusive education, but how to implement inclusive education in ways that are both feasible and effective in ensuring school success for all children.

 Cindi L. Marsh
Director of Student Services

 Kathleen A. Conrad
MCSD Coordinator of Special Education



A Guide for IEP Teams

Using People-First Language

Inclusive Practices

Standard Aligned System (SAS) in PA

Supplementary Aids and Services

Top Five Reasons Schools Need to Engage Parents

The Least Dangerous Assumption

Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and Educational Placement



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