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The MCIU Early Intervention Program is a public special education service provided to children ages 3 to 5 living in one of Montgomery County’s 22 school districts and who are experiencing a delay in development. Services are provided to eligible children in locations throughout the county.

MCIU offers no-cost educational, nutritional, and social services that help children prepare for success in school. MCIU Head Start and MCIU Pre-K Counts provide services to enrolled families, and also meets the needs of special populations, including children with disabilities.

MontcoWorks NOW provides comprehensive, year-round programs and services for eligible youth and young adults who are either in school, have left school without a diploma and are now motivated and re-engaged, or have graduated and are unemployed/underemployed.

Montgomery Virtual Program (MVP) is a flexible, online educational program. Focusing on partnerships allows MVP to stand out among other online providers and provide diverse learning solutions. MVP partners with families and schools to create an ideal environment for online learning. Students experience success in a collaborative model grounded in continuous communication and support.

The Office of Non-Public Services of the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit provides a variety of auxiliary education programs for the students enrolled in the non-profit non-public schools of the county. The programs include remedial reading, remedial mathematics, counseling, psychological and speech services.

MCIU offers professional learning opportunities as a service to Montgomery County educators. Workshops, trainings and courses are intended to provide practical skills and information that promote professional growth and promote student success.

MCIU Office of Student Services offers a full continuum of service delivery models through our specialized classroom programs, itinerant programs and supplementary services to our 22 school districts in a fiscally responsible manner. Referrals from the districts are usually children with severe disabilities in the categories of autism, emotional disturbance, mental retardation, and multiple disabilities. MCIU also serves a significant number of district students with hearing and/or vision impairments.