MSD of Steuben County · 400 S Martha St · Angola, IN 46703 · Phone: 260.665.2854 · Fax: 260.665.9155

Exceptional Learners

High Ability Service
The Metropolitan School District of Steuben County provides services for students with high ability in language arts, mathematics, and general intellectual in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade. Services include differentiated regular classroom instruction, cluster resource groups at the elementary, self-contained advanced classes, and cluster groups at the middle school level, and honors, Advance Placement and dual credit courses at the high school level.
 

PARENT & TEACHER RESOURCES
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES
The Metropolitan School District of Steuben County provides services in the following exceptionality areas:
Autism Spectrum Disorder, Blind or low vision, Cognitive Disability, Deaf or hard of hearing
Developmental Delay (Early Intervention), Emotional Disability, Language or speech impairment, and
Multiple Disabilities, within the district and through our four county special education cooperative including Steuben, DeKalb, Lagrange, and Noble counties. In compliance with Special Education Rules Title 511 Rule 34 any parent of a home schooled child who resides within the district's boundaries witha disabled child or supected of having a disability may contact Kathy Bahr, Special Education Coordinator at 665-2854 Ext: 1313 ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

 
PARENT & TEACHER RESOURCES
MSD of Steuben County Coordinator of Special Education: Kathy Bahr, Special Education Coordinator 665-2854 Ext: 1313 ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )
Northeast Indiana Special Education Cooperative
 
 
ENGLISH LEARNERS
The Metropolitan School District provides services to English Learner students enrolled within our district in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade. Services include pull-out resource and extended literacy time at the elementary and resource classes at the middle and high school levels.  New students to the District are given the W-APT to determine their English Proficiency Level.  Al Limited English Proficient students are administered the World- Class Instructional Design and Assessment WIDA annually to measure proficiency growth.  Services are provided based on WIDA Standards and Descriptors.

 
PARENT & TEACHER RESOURCES