The Kingdom Charter School of Leadership special education program provides a range of special education programs to address the needs of student with disabilities. We offer a full continuum of placement options to meet the needs of our students with disabilities in the least restrictive environment. In addition to our various placement options we offer a variety of related services including speech and language services, occupational and physical therapy, and counseling. Our Child Study team may also work with students, parents, and teachers within the general education classrooms. The team members will work with the students, parents, and teachers to help create strategies and techniques to prevent and/or remediate the academic or behavioral difficulties that the student may be experiencing. Please refer to the Child Study Team menu below for more information on any topics covered here and much more!
Project Child Find
The Kingdom Charter School of Leadership
Notice of Child Find Activity
Pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act and New Jersey Administrative Code,
Title 6A:14, Special Education
The Kingdom Charter School of Leadership has a responsibility to locate, identify and evaluate all resident students with disabilities who are in need of special education and related services, including students with disabilities attending nonpublic schools. The school district locates, identifies and evaluates, where appropriate, the following: Children below school-entry age (3-5); school age children; children entering school for the first time; children enrolled in public and private schools; transfer pupils and school age children who are eligible to attend school but who are not attending school and who are students of The Kingdom Charter School of Leadership. Use the following developmental checklist to help you determine if your child could benefit from a special education program and seek help early.
Upon written request, The Kingdom will conduct an initial identification meeting for any resident child to determine whether a referral for special education and related services is appropriate. Such a request may be made by contacting Dr. Richard Doughty Jr, TKCSOL Case Manager at (856) 232-0100 or by writing to him at 121 West Church Street Blackwood, NJ 08012. The school will provide special education and related services for children ages 3 to 21. Information for children with potential disabilities or those with disabilities form birth to three is available through Project Child Find, (a service established by the N.J. Department of Education through I.D.E.A., Part B funds from the U.S. Department of Education) at 1-800-322-8174.