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Rockwood Early Childhood Education
 Blevins Elementary and Lafayette High were honored as 2019 National Schools of Character The Rockwood Advantage 2019 Niche Best Schools

2730 Valley Road, Chesterfield, MO 63005 | Phone (636) 891-6200 | Fax (636) 891-8807​

Special Education

​​​The Rockwood School District is responsible for providing a Free and Appropriate Public Education to children who have been identified as eligible according to the criteria ​​outlined in the Missouri state education plan for Special Education. Special Education and related services for preschool-aged children are referred to as Special Education.

Parents of children who are 3-5 years old or approaching 3 who suspect their child may have a significant developmental delay that may affect them educationally should contact an Early Childhood Center to begin a Request for Evaluation.​​​

Service Providers Include​

  • Speech/Language Pathologists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Nurses
  • School Psychological Examiners
  • Educational Diagnosticians
  • Social Workers
  • Vision Specialists
  • Behavior Analysts
  • Assistive Technology ​Facilitator
  • Process Coordinator​​​

​Public Notice

The Rockwood School District assures that it will provide a free, appropriate public education to all eligible children with disabilities between the ages of 3 and 21 under its jurisdiction. Read the full Notice​.


Have questions regarding Early Childhood Special Education?


​Clarkson Valley

Kristi​​n Clemons, Coordinator of ECSE, clemonskristin@rsdmo.org, 636-891-6214


​​​​Vandover​

​​David Herod, Coordinator of ECSE & Behavior Services, heroddavid@rsdmo.org, 636-891-6213


​Eureka

​Brandy Antonio, Process Coordinator, antoniobrandy@rsdmo.org, 636-891-6242​


Rockwood ECSE Feeder Patterns.pdf

 Related Links

  • Procedural Safeguards
    provide information for the special education process that describe the rights of students with disabilities and their parents.
  • Parents Guide to Special Education
    explains how special education works, including process and terminology.
  • Parents Bill of Rights
    is an abbreviated version of the Procedural Safeguards that describe the special education process and the rights of students with disabilities and their parents.
  • Capable Kids and Families
    CKF is a toy and therapeutic equipment lending program that provides services to families of children ages birth to 6 who have delays in their motor, language, sensory or cognitive abilities.