What is Child Find?
"Child find" refers to the process of locating, identifying, and evaluating children with disabilities to ensure that they receive services to which they are entitled. Children and youth, age birth to 21, living in the Union-Endicott Central School District, who are suspected of having a disability, may be referred for a possible evaluation to determine if they are eligible for special education services. This includes district residents who are attending private schools.
Who to Contact for more information?
Preschool students: If you are aware of a preschooler, from 3 through 5 years old, who has or may have a developmental disability, please call 607-757-2123.
School age students: If you have a child who is already enrolled in a Union-Endicott school and may be in need of special education services, please contact the school and express your concern to your child's teacher or to the school principal.
Transfer students: If you have a child who is transferring into the Union-Endicott Central School District and has received special education services in another district, please report this information at the time of registration.
Privately-placed students: If you have a child who lives in the Union-Endicott Central School District and is attending a private school, please call 707-757-2123 for additional information.