Student Services

Welcome to the Brillion Public School District Department of Student Services. The Student Services Department represents a variety of student support programs focused on success for all students. The Commitments of Building Community, Growth For All, Take Care and Be Our Best provides the foundation for programming and services to help and support our students.
Student Services include:
Special Education     - Speech / Language     - School Psychology     - Occupational Therapy     - Physical Therapy     - Child Find     - Section 504     - School Counseling Services     - English as a Second Language     - Nondiscrimination and Equity     - Health Services     - Student Safety     - Homeless
Special Education
A child with a disability is a child who needs special education and related services. The child must be at least 3 years old, but not yet 21, and not yet graduated from high school. The term includes a person who becomes 21 during the school term for the remainder of the school term (the last day pupils attend in a school year, other than summer classes). The law has criteria for each category below to help IEP teams decide if a child has a disability.
Autism Dyslexia Guidebook Emotional Behavioral Disability Hearing Impairment Intellectual Disabilities Other Health Impairment Orthopedic Impairment Significant Developmental Delay Specific Learning Disabilities Speech or Language Traumatic Brain Injury Visual Impairment
Child Find

Annually, the Brillion School District conducts developmental screening of preschool children age 2 ½ years through 4 years old. Each child's motor, communication, and social skills are evaluated.  The information from this screening is used to determine whether a child should be evaluated for a suspected disability. 

The district will mail an Ages and Stages Developmental Questionnaire in the winter to families having a child that is between 2 ½ and 4 years of age.  This will give us valuable information about your child.  

Once returned, you will be contacted by the School Psychologist if clarification, additional information or follow up screening is suggested.

If you have questions about this screener or additional concerns about your child's development and did not receive a questionnaire,  please contact the Special Education and Student Services Department at 920-756-2166.  

If you have concerns about your child’s development (communication, social emotional, physical; fine and gross motor, and / or cognition), please contact Kendilyn Brockman in the Special Education and Pupil Services Office at 920-756-2166.