Misr Language Schools (MLS)

Special Education

Our School

The Department of Special & Inclusive Education provides services to students with Special Educational Needs included in the general education classroom since the academic year of 2004-2005. We have currently mainstreamed more than 50 students in the elementary section with various disabilities in the general education classrooms starting from KG1 to Grade 5.
18 students with Special Educational Needs have graduated from the American Division since the year 2004-2005.
The services that the department provides vary from educational assessments to developing IEPS, training teachers, and administering accommodations to the SATs.
We currently have 26 Resource Room teachers that work in Elementary division to accommodate the needs of students.


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Letter to parents:

Dear parents,
Welcome to Misr Language Schools. The Elementary Team (Special Ed and Mainstream team) would like to welcome all Parents (New members and already members of our family) for a new fruitful academic year.
First, let me thank you for your support and understanding as we, as a country and school, responded to the unexpected crisis of COVID-19 in March. I am very proud of the way our Special Education students, parents, and MLS Staff handled the demands we were faced with to protect everyone as we continued to educate and feed our students during the most unusual of circumstances.
Over the past few years, we have become very aware of the impact teachers can have on the lives of their students. As students enter school, they have turned to the care of their teachers for almost 8 hours a day.
I have always been a great supporter to frequent home communication. It is my hope that this note will be the basis for a great deal of dialogue and communication between us. As we believe that when a parent and a teacher communicate regularly about a child, the child often has a happy and more successfully year. Open communication and collaboration is the key.
The Elementary section has been planning for increased safety procedures that can be taken at every location. We are working on two scenarios:

  1. Daily attendance:
    School has decided that special education students will come to school daily to have more time to revise previous IEP objectives and make sure that students are back to system and achieving set goals. Material (worksheets and videos) that teachers are working on will be uploaded weekly on students’ account in Microsoft teams.
  2. Full Distance Learning Plan: All students would participate in the learning of new material, continued standard pacing, interactive lessons, graded assignments, and assessments. This would be enacted if the Government closed schools again due to health concerns

Thank you for your continued support and positivity as we strive to do what is best for ALL of our students during these challenging times.