Office of Student Services
The Office of Student Services (OSS) is dedicated to achievement and success for all students throughout their school career and beyond graduation. The OSS staff supports students and their families through collaboration with other divisions within the Intermediate Unit, building relationships with schools/districts and establishing partnerships with community agencies.
The Office of Student Services provides best practices in various specialized areas through innovative programs and services for children with special needs. Contact a member of our administrative staff to learn details about the many ways in which our highly qualified staff support children, families and educators.
Classrooms located across the County for K-12 students including placements with a foundation in Applied Behavioral Analysis and Competent Learner Model.
The Anderson School
Providing small, nurturing learning environments to meet the academic, behavioral, and therapeutic needs of students in Grades 7-12.
College & Career Readiness
Guidance and networking opportunities for districts and schools to prepare all students for post-secondary success including MontcoWorks NOW.
Deaf & Blind Services
Providing support and resources to students with deaf-blindness, their families, and educational teams.
ELEMENTARY INTENSIVE SUPPORT
School-based treatment program for children in need of behavioral and mental health treatment in an academic setting.
Extended School Year
Summer programs offered to school-aged students who qualify for ESY services.
HEARING & AUDIOLOGY
Testing, consultations, and other support services are available to students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Mental health services
Programs and supportive services for districts, schools and their students as well as professional development for educators, counselors and school psychologists in a variety of areas related to mental health.
Our MDS Classrooms support K-12 students with low incidence disabilities who require individualized support.
NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL SERVICES
MCIU administers the ACT 89 Non-Public Services program in eligible non-public schools in Montgomery County to include math remediation, reading remediation and school counseling services.
By expanding capacity, Project AWARE advances wellness and resiliency in education by increasing mental health awareness in schools. Through this grant, districts are able to access opportunities to help support mental health/suicide prevention initiatives in their schools.
The MCIU Transition Program provides services and opportunities to help transition-age students prepare for their future.
VISION, ORIENTATION & MOBILITY
MCIU offers vision support services for students to provide quality educational support by a certified TVI.
Additional services offered by the Office of Student Services include speech & language, assistive technology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and behavior analysts.
School Based Access Program
Programs that allow LEAs to receive federal Medicaid reimbursement for students.