The Carroll County Public School System provides Special Education programs and services to all children with disabilities (from birth to their twenty-first birthday) who reside in Carroll County. Special Education services include diagnostic, instructional, and related services. Programs and services are provided on a continuum ranging from consultation with regular education teachers, up through full time special education programming. This continuum of programs and services is designed to ensure that appropriate programs are available to all children with disabilities and that the least restrictive environment for each child is determined based upon the child's unique needs.
For information about the special education programs and services available in Carroll County Public Schools, please contact any of the staff listed below.
For additional information about special education services in Carroll County, please call the Office of Special Education at 410-751-3033 or Partners for Success at 410-751-3955.
Notice is hereby given that Carroll County Public Schools intends to destroy the special education records of all students who exited from special education services prior to and during the 2006-2007 school year.
In accordance with federal and state laws, Carroll County Public Schools is required to inform parents when personally identifiable information collected, maintained, or used to provide services under the IDEA is no longer needed to provide educational services to the child. Carroll County Public Schools may maintain a permanent record, without time limitation, of a student’s name, address and phone number, his/her grades, attendance record, classes attended, grade level completed, and year completed.
If you wish to maintain your child’s special education records, please contact your child’s last school of attendance before July 1, 2013 to claim the records before they are destroyed. Please note that certain records may be needed for social security benefits or other purposes.You must be the parent or legal guardian of the student or the student themselves to obtain the records and proper identification will be required.
If no student, parent or guardian responds to this public notice, the school district will assume consent to destroy the entire special education record specific to the student. Special education records not claimed by July 1, 2013 will be destroyed in accordance with state and federal regulations. If you have additional questions, you can contact the Carroll County Public Schools Office of Special Education at 410-751-3033.