Kilmer Special Education Center
8102 Wolftrap Rd, Vienna, VA 22182
571-226-8440
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Grades Ages 5 - 21
 
Principal Jane Quenneville
jmquennevill@fcps.edu
 
FCPS Programs
 
Special Features
  • Adapted Curriculum based on the Aligned Standards of Learning
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication Technologies
  • Career and Transition Services                                            
  • Low Student to Staff Ratio
  • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
  • Sensory Based Learning Opportunities
  • Sibling Day
  • Specially Designed Instruction in Physical Education, Music, and Art
 
Business Partnership
  • Jill's House
 
Attendance Area This school is part of Region 2 and the Marshall HS pyramid. Enter your street address in the boundary locator to determine which schools your student should attend.

School Summary

Mission:

  • Provide an enriched, stimulating, and safe educational environment for all students, where they can be challenged toward greater levels of independence and integrated into the community.
  • Provide students with equal opportunities to access the general education curriculum.
  • Work with families to promote cooperative relationships that enhance their quality of life.

Vision:

  • Students are taught by qualified, enthusiastic staff
  • Students have the opportunity to interact with their non-disabled peers
  • Collaborative teaching occurs.
  • Students are taught from a structured curriculum
  • Research based practices are used.
  • Technology is used to enhance instruction and communication.
  • A school-wide approach to positive behavior is incorporated.

Student Population:

  • Students ages 5-21 with multiple disabilities, intellectual disabilities, autism, and other development disabilities are served by a transdisciplinary team of professionals.

Specially Designed Instruction:

Intellectual Disabilities (Severe): Students with intellectual disabilities (severe) participate in an adapted curriculum based on meeting the requirements of the Aligned Standards of Learning. The curriculum is based upon the physical abilities and cognitive levels of the students and emphasizes a strong adapted academic curriculum component in which access to learning materials is emphasized.

Transition: Students with multiple disabilities, intellectual disabilities, autism, and other development disabilities, who present challenging behaviors participate in an adapted curriculum based on meeting the requirements of the Aligned Standards of Learning. The curriculum is based upon the cognitive levels of the students and emphasizes a strong adapted academic curriculum component in which communication skills are emphasized.

Last Updated: 2015-08-25