Clark-Pleasant assessing special services partnership




The leader of Clark-Pleasant schools wants to find the best way to help students who work with occupational, speech and physical therapists or psychologists as part of their school day.

Many of the therapists and psychologists who work with special education students at area schools come from Special Services, Johnson County, and school districts don’t oversee those workers directly.

Sometimes that can be difficult, such as when a principal has feedback or suggestions about how a therapist is working with students. That feedback has to go through the supervisors at special services, instead of directly to the employee, Clark-Pleasant Superintendent Patrick Spray said.

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