Huntsville City Schools will offer face-to-face therapy services for special education students

Huntsville City Schools will offer face-to-face therapy services for special education students
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But students with special education plans, such as IEP’s, will continue to receive their related services.

The district announced it is providing individualized face-to-face services for students who may need speech therapy, physical therapy or occupational therapy.

Students will have access to transportation to receive these services, which will be at Cavalry Hills.

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