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Learning Resource

Middleburg's resource teachers strive to provide a unique learning experience designed to meet each child’s individual needs and abilities. The resource teacher teaches to the many learning styles that our students possess. The inclusion model is used where collaboration between your child's general education teachers maximizes the student's learning. Both collaborative as well as consultative, this involves all team members. The resource teacher offers support for parents and classroom teachers, suggesting strategies, classroom accommodations, and modifications that foster success for the students. Assessing the student’s strengths and weaknesses and closely monitoring academic progress is provided. You are strongly encouraged to keep the communication lines open by sharing any suggestions and/or concerns you may have. It is always interesting to hear from parents what is working well. Let's have a great year together.

Loudoun County Public Schools provides special education services for children ages 2 - 21 inclusive. Students who are identified as eligible for services will have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Services can begin as early as 2 years of age. For information on obtaining services for 2 - 5 year olds, please contact the Child  Find office at (703) 771-6476. Once a student is school-aged you should contact your "home school". The "home school" is the school that your student currently attends or would attend based on where you live. If you have questions regarding Special Education, please contact us at 571-252-1011.

Last Modified on May 28, 2004