The Special Education Department believes that all students can and must have an opportunity to reach their potential. It is the intent of the Special Education Department to take the necessary measures through specialized programming, services, and support to meet the needs of individual students and to ensure that they receive an appropriate educational experience regardless of disability.
Princeton Public Schools has certified and highly qualified special education faculty, administrators, Child Study Team members, and related service providers to provide ongoing support to students who have been identified as needing special education services. The Special Education Department strives to pursue an active partnership with parents and the community through ongoing collaboration with the Special Education Parent Advisory Group (SEPAG).
Princeton Public Schools provides a range of special education programs and services to our students who have Individual Education Programs (IEPs). Based on IEP recommendations, students with disabilities have access to many learning environments in our schools and specialized programs outside of the district. This includes in-class support, resource centers, self-contained classrooms including Autism, Language and Learning Disabled (LLD) and Multiple Disabilities (MD), as well as both Preschool Disabled (PSD) and integrated preschool classroom. At Princeton High School, we offer a School to Work Program and the Bridges Program In addition to special education programs, Princeton Public Schools also provides related services such as speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavioral supports, and counseling. All of these services are provided based on IEP recommendations.
Eric Csolak, Supervisor of Special Education (Age 3 - Grade 5)
609.806.4200 x 2026
Elizabeth Murrin, Supervisor of Special Education (Grade 6 - 8)
609.806.4200 x 5514
Crystal Riddick, Supervisor of Special Education (Grade 9 - Age 21)
609.806.4200 x 3526