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    Students of school age living within the school district and in need of special education are provided a Free and Appropriate Education (FAPE) by Northeastern School District.  The education program is determined by an Individualized Education Program (IEP) following a Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) meeting.  These teams include principals, regular education teachers, special education teachers, counselors, school psychologists, appropriate agencies and most importantly - the parents.  


    Special Education Contact Information

    Administrative Center  (717) 266-3667


    Dr. Beth Ann Radanovic, Director of Special Education

    Shannon Shearer, Instructional Advisor 

    Cindy Wolfgang, Administrative Assistant for Special Education

    PASA 1 % Threshold Exceed
    The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires Pennsylvania to ensure that the total number of students assessed in each subject using the PASA doesnot exceed one percent of the total number of all students in the stateassessed on the statewide assessments. Each local educational agency (LEA) must submit justification to BSE if it anticipates that more than 1.0 % of itsstudents enrolled in grades 3-8 and 11 will be assessed using the PASA. A listof LEAs who anticipate exceeding the threshold will be made publicly availableon the PDE website, in accordance with 34 CFR 200.6 (c)(3) regulations.LEAs must also make the document publicly available upon request, removingany personally identifiable information. The Northeastern School District anticipates exceeding the 1.0 percent threshold for PASA participation for the2021-22 testing cycle. The necessary justification information has been submitted to the Bureau of Special Education. Questions on the district participation rates should be directed to Dr. Beth Ann Radanovic, Director of Special Education.