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Colts Neck School District offers special services to children

COLTS NECK – The Colts Neck K-8 School District’s Department of Special Services is seeking resident children, ages 3-21, who may be experiencing difficulty with language development, vision, hearing, mobility, manipulating objects, sensory integration, social skills, emotional problems and/or learning.

If a child is between the ages of 3 and 21, or is approaching the age of 3, and is experiencing these or similar educational difficulties, parents may contact Richard Beck at 732-946-0055, ext. 4124, according to a press release.

The school district is responsible for locating and identifying resident children who may have an educational disability and may be eligible for special education and related services (or eligible for speech-language services), including children who are in public and nonpublic schools and children who live in highly mobile settings, such as migrant children and homeless children, according to the press release.

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