Exceptional Student Education


4204 Okeechobee Road
Fort Pierce, Fl. 34947

Monday - Friday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Phone: (772)429-4570
Fax: (772)429-4589

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Scholarships for Students with Disabilities


Your child may be eligible to participate in the John M. McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program. This program was created to provide educational options to parents of disabled students. Find out if your child qualifies

Summer Reading

  1. Summer Reading List
  2. Your student may be a victim of summer reading loss!
    Students can lose up to three months' worth of reading progress over one summer. And, if you take into consideration all summers combined, students could possibly lose 1.5 years' worth of reading progress.

    Summer reading loss can be defeated through time spent reading
    with your student, providing a variety of reading material, using various Internet resources, and encouraging them to just read for fun and the pleasure of learning! Read more about summer reading loss:
  3. Summer Reading Loss Brochure - Elementary
  4. Summer Reading Loss Brochure - Secondary


  1. Exceptional Student Education Policies and Procedures (SP&P)
  2. Procedural Safeguards for Students who are Gifted (English)
  3. Salvaguards Procedimentales para Estudiantes Excepcionales Superdotados (Spanish)
  4. Procedural Safeguards for Students with Disabilities (English)
  5. Aviso de Salvaguardas Procedimentales para los Padres de Estudiantes con Discapacidades(Spanish)
  6. FCAT Accommodations for Students with Disabilities – Information for Parents (PDF)
  7. Acomodos para el FCAT de los estudiantes con discapacidades (PDF)
  8. DOE Publications

Autism Transition Tool

The Autism Speaks Transition Tool Kit was created to serve as a guide to assist families on the journey from adolescence to adulthood.
Download the Free Tool Kit

ARC of St. Lucie County

The ARC of St. Lucie County has been providing services to our community since 1954.

After School and Summer Camp Program

The Ride to Work Program


The multiagency network for students with or at-risk of emotional or behavorial disabilities More information


  1. Parents as Partners
  2. Disability History and Awareness
  3. No Parent Left Behind

Student Websites

  1. Central Florida Parent Center for Students
  2. Funbrain
  3. Math League