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Programs for Students with Hearing Impairments (HI Programs)

Special Education Department District programs are designed for students who have not exhibited success in a more inclusive setting.

Important Notice:

placement in any special education district classroom listed below must be determined by your child’s IEP team.  Please contact the Instructional Manager for the program if you have additional questions about placement or about a specific program.

Programs for Students with Hearing Impairments focus on students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing and are designed for children whose primary disability and barrier to educational success is a hearing loss and who require daily instruction from a teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing in specialized areas related to their hearing loss.

The programs utilize specialized instructional techniques and strategies designed for children with a hearing loss. These programs can also be appropriate for children whose primary language is American Sign Language (ASL) and who require regular access to adults and peers who communicate in ASL.

There is a concentration of audiology and interpreting services available on site because to support the specialized needs of the students.


Instructional Manager: Tracy Hutton, , (505) 253-0310, ext. 67202