Flint Hills Special Education Cooperative
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Our mandate for service
The mission of the Flint Hills Special Education Cooperative is to establish seamless intervention services which address students' diverse educational needs and ensure the likelihood for student success in meeting QPA standards and outcomes.
The Flint Hills Special Education Cooperative (FHSEC) serves thirty-eight schools across seven school districts in east central Kansas. The participating school districts are: USD 251, North Lyon County; USD 252, South Lyon County; USD 253, Emporia; USD 284, Chase County; USD 386, Madison; USD 390, Hamilton; and USD 417 Morris County.
The FHSEC provides an array of services for 1,249 students from birth through 21 years of age. The majority of the students are served in inclusive settings in their neighborhood schools.
Students who qualify for special education services have one or more of the following exceptionalities: Autism; Deaf-Blindness; Deafness; Emotional Disturbance; Gifted; Hearing Impairment; Intellectual Disability; Multiple Disabilities; Orthopedic Impairment; Other Health Impairment; Specific Learning Disability; Speech or Language Impairment; Traumatic Brain Injury; and Visual Impairment.