Special Services

Bendle Special Services
3420 Columbine Ave.
Burton, MI 48529
(810) 591-0007
(810) 591-2210 Fax


District Process for Determining the Existence of a Special Learning Disability (click here)

Programs:

  • Speech and Language services for pre-school aged children through high school.

  • Early Childhood Special Education Program.

  • Social work services are available in each building.

  • Resource rooms are located in the following schools:

    • South Bendle

    • West Bendle

    • Middle School

    • High School

Indications That Your Child May Have a Learning Problem:

  • Consistently low test scores.

  • Processing delays when faced with academic skills

  • Labored handwriting after third grade.

  • Poor word recall.

  • Poor decoding (word attack) skills.

  • Consistently low achievement despite remediation. 

  • Difficulty pronouncing words through third grade.

  • Immature or delayed speech patterns.

  • Difficulty putting thoughts into words.

  • Difficulty labeling thoughts or object

Meeting Students Needs:
In order to help meet the special needs of a student, a Child Study Team is developed.

The Child Study Team is initiated through the child's classroom teacher and the necessary paperwork is completed to determine a plan of action to best meet the child's needs. The parent's input is an integral part of this process.

Through the building level Child Study Team, a global approach is initiated to identify needs for potential high-risk students.

The major objective of the Child Study Team is to bring together a variety of professional perspectives into a single unit to provide recommendations for a student.

It is the goal of the Bendle Public School district to meet the needs of your child

through a partnership between the home and school, in order to help your child have a positive and successful school experience.

Child Find – Special Education and/or Section 504 Notice:
Bendle Public Schools offer evaluations, programs and services to individuals who are identified as having, or who are suspected of having a disability as defined in either the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. These services are available to eligible person’s ages 0-26 who reside within, or attend a K-12 program within the school district attendance boundaries. For more information about available services, parent/student rights or referral procedures, contact the Special Services Office at 810-591-0007.

"Thank You to Bendle parents for everything you do to entrust us with a healthy, happy child who is eager to learn and always willing to do his or her best. Without your support our job is impossible."

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