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|Dr. Scott Goldstein||Sammy Helm III|
|P.O. Box 630||P.O. Box 896|
|Anderson, Mo 64831||Pineville, Mo 64856|
|417-845-2340 (home)||417-223-2224 (home)|
|Tammy Clark||Jeff Cooper|
|P.O. Box 566||P.O. Box 108|
|Anderson, Mo 64831||Southwest City, MO 64863|
|417-845-3927 (home)||417-762-3694 (home)|
|David Bunch||Chris Smith|
|P.O. Box 798||P.O. Box 581|
|Anderson, Mo 64831||Anderson, Mo 64831|
|417-845-1562 (home)||417-379-8523 (home)|
|Member||Secretary to the Board|
|Frank Woods||Kathy Mitchell|
|918 South Main||6149 Patterson Creek Rd.|
|Southwest City, Mo 64863||Anderson, Mo 64831|
|417-762-3060 (home)||417-775-2956 (home)|
|Autism||Multiple Disabilities Definition||Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)|
|Deaf/Blindness Definition||Orthopedic Impairment Definition||Visual Impairment/Blind Definition|
|Emotional DisturbanceEmotional Disturbance Definition||Other Health Impairments Defininition||Young Child with Developmental DelayYoung Child with Developmental Delay Defininition|
|Hearing Impairment and DeafnessHearing Impairment and Deafness Definition||Specific Learning Disabilities Definition||Mental Retardation Definition|
|Speech or Language Impairment Definition|
|Department of Family Services
PO Box 500
Anderson, MO 64831
Missouri Protection and Advocacy
JOPLIN REGIONAL CENTER
Diana Garber, Director
MPACT (Missouri Parents Act)
|Parent's Guide to
Special Education in Missouri
Parent's Bill of Rights
The McDonald County R-1 School District will provide the Special Education Bill of Rights to parents when a child is determined eligible for special education services or when an initial Individualized Education Program (IEP) is developed and whenever the Procedural Safeguards Notice is provided to parents. Foreign language translations and an American Sign Language versions are available at the link provided below:
For the purposes of implementing provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the McDonald County R-1 School District assures thatit will comply with all of the policies and procedures that were approved as part of the districts most recent prior year compliance plan under Part B of the IDEA.The McDonald County R-1 School District, on July1, 2004, adopted the Missouri State Plan for Special Education as its Local Model Compliance Plan. This plan can be accessed through the link provided below. Questions in regards to the LocalCompliance Plan can beforwardedto Cindy Machado, Director of Special Education at 417-845-3401. Inquiries may also be emailed to CMachado@mcdonaldco.k12.mo.us.
High School Sites
2013 - 2014 Student Handbook ~ Grades PK-8
(English - 553 KB)
2013 - 2014 Student Handbook ~ Grades PK-8
(Spanish - 580 KB)
2013 - 2014 Student Handbook ~ Grades 9-12
(English - 858 KB)
McDonald County R-I School District
A+ Program Web Site
Graduates of designated A+ schools who successfully complete the requirements of the program may be eligible to receive two years of free tuition to a designated public community college, vocational or technical institution in Missouri. All funds are subject to Missouri General Assembly allocating monies for the A+ Program.
The purpose of this web page is to provide students, parents and staff with information about the guidelines and policies of the A+ Program in the McDonald County R-I School District. It is the responsibility of the school to ensure that designation is achieved and maintained. It is the responsibility of students and parents to read, understand and comply with program requirements.Any questions regarding theA+program can be directed to the A+ Coordinator or Administrative Assistant.
Goals of the A+ Program
To be eligible for the A+ tuition benefit, students must be certified by the high school. To qualify for certification, students must sign an A+ agreement and successfully complete the following requirements:
To maintain eligibility, each participating student must, during the 4 year period of incentive availability:
All forms may be picked up at any time in the A+ Coordinators office located in the Counselors office.
A+ Related Web Page Links
This link opens a PDF document with hyperlinks to websites that may be useful to parents and students. The document will open in a new window and can be saved to your computer or click on the links directly from the open document.
A+ Recognition Scholarships
Although the A+ program only pays tuition for Missouri Community College or Vocational/Technical school, there are some four year colleges that have their own scholarships based on students participating in the A+ program. The financial incentives offered by four-year institutions are not part or the A+ Program, they are simply based on being A+ certified. Contact the individual college to ask questions or to inquire about A+ Scholarships and Awards they may offer.
Teacher -- Elementary
Speech / Language Pathologist --
Physical Therapist -- 2 days a week - Proper Certification Required
Junior High -- English
Library Media Specialist -- LMS Elementary K-8
Teacher -- Special Education
Junior High -- Science
Deaf Ed -- Deaf Ed Interpreter
High School -- Art
High School -- Chemistry
Custodian -- Custodian
Coaches -- 9th Grade Volleyball
9th Grade Girls Basketball
Assistant Varsity Boys Basketball
Notice of Nondiscrimination
As per Board of Education policy adopted Thursday, November 14, 2002. Applicants for admission and employment, students, parents of elementary and secondary school students, employees, sources of referral of applicants for admission and employment, and all unions or professional organizations holding collective bargaining or professional agreements with McDonald County R-I School District are hereby notified that this institution does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in it's programs and activities.
Any person having inquiries concerning McDonald County R-I School District compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX or Section 504 is directed to contact the director of Federal Programs Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator, 100 Mustang Drive, Anderson, Missouri 64831, telephone number 417-845-8370 who has been designated to coordinate institution's efforts to comply with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX and Section 504.
Any person may also contact the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, regarding the institution's compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX and Section 504.
Adopted: November 14, 2002
McDonald County R-I School District, Anderson, Missouri 64831
Should it become necessary to cancel school due to weather conditions or other factors, the following television and radio stations will be notified by the McDonald County R-I Schools. Cancellations will be broadcast at the earliest possible time.
Television Stations Radio Stations