Pupil Personnel Services
Department Head: Erin Connolly, Assistant to the Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services
Phone: (631) 730-4574
The department of Pupil Personnel Services offers an array of quality instruction and support services designed to provide an appropriate educational experience for students with disabilities and those in special circumstances. The department’s goal is to ensure that each student with a disability has the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skills, and competence to reach their maximum academic potential so they are prepared for continuous learning and productive citizenship. The Pupil Personnel Services Department includes special education teachers, school counselors, school psychologists, speech pathologists, Behavior Consultants, nurses, and school social workers, each of whom assists in creating an educational environment conducive to academic, personal, social and career growth of all students.
Identification, Evaluation And Classification of Students With Disabilities
The District undertakes a variety of activities in order to locate and identify all students with disabilities who reside in the District. As part of this process, upon enrollment in school, every parent or person in parental relation to the student is notified of their rights regarding referral and evaluation of their child for the purpose of special education services or programs. Should you have any questions with regard to the referral and evaluation process, you may access the Parent’s Guide to Special Education in New York State for Children Ages Three though Twenty-One available on the District’s website at threevillagecsd.org or contact the appropriate District’s Chairperson on Special Education:
Secondary and Out-of-District Students: Call James Geis at (631) 730-4541
Elementary Students: Call Maureen Reyes at (631) 730-4556
Parents of students that are home schooled or placed in non-public schools are required to request, in writing, special education services from the school district of location on or prior to June 1 of the upcoming school year.
CSE & CPSE Information
Downloadable forms and important Information regarding CSE meetings, Transition Planning, including college planning, recreational resources, and other general information on transitioning are available on this page under Important Links, Forms & Information.
If you need to reschedule a CSE meeting, please call Mr. Geis' office at (631) 730-4542, or Ms. Reyes' office at (631) 730-4556.
If you need to reschedule a CPSE meeting, please call (631) 730-4563.
In the event of a 2 hour delayed school opening, scheduled meetings will begin one hour after the start of the school day and at the same scheduled time. If your meeting was scheduled in the first 3 hours of the school day, it will be rescheduled.