Project Child Find Seeks Students In Need Of Special Services

CLARK – Clark Public Schools will evaluate children between the ages of three and 21 to determine if they need special education services through the Project Child Find program.

Under state law, the district must locate, identify and evaluate all children who reside within its borders who are in need of special education and related services, including pupils with disabilities attending nonpublic schools, and highly mobile pupils such as migrant workers’ children and homeless pupils, regardless of the severity of their disabilities.


Three and four year old children who experience difficulties with speech, behavior, coordination or getting along with others may be eligible for the district’s preschool program.  In addition to the preschool program, the district offers a full continuum of special education programs and services.

All children who are considered to be ‘at risk’ will be evaluated by district personnel to determine eligibility for special education and related services.
If you have concerns about your child and would like to have him or her evaluated, contact the Department of Special Services, 1-732-388-6200.

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