skip to main content
A Message from the Coordinator
A Message from the Coordinator
The Special Service Department believes that all students have the potential to learn. We never forget that our future is in the hands of our students for we educate the "Whole Child". We believe that a strong commitment from family, school and community are essential tools needed for the success of our students. All students at Marshall County School District are provided equal opportunities regardless of their exceptionality. Marshall County School District Special Education Department is ranked 3rd in the state on graduating special education students with regular high school diplomas. We are elated to continue the success by employing great, dedicated teachers to educate our exceptional students.
Staff Members
District Data
Executive Summary 2015-16

Executive Summary 2014-15
Contact Us
Marshall County School District
Special Services Department
122 South Spring Street
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.0016
Fax: 662.252.0024
Child Find Process
The Marshall County School District implements the ongoing system when school is in session to locate, identify, and evaluate all children residing within it's jurisdiction who are suspected of having a disability.

The Marshall County School District ensures that requests for initial evaluations are not limited by the number per year or time of year a request is made.

If requests for evaluations are made when school is not in session, parents are to contact the Director of Special Education at 662.252.0016.
Least Restrictive Environment
What is " least restrictive environment" (LRE)?

The Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) guarantees students with disabilities the right to be educated with their non disabled peers in the general education classroom to the maximum extent possible.

Separate schools, special classes, or the removal of a student with disabilities from the regular education classroom environment occurs only if the nature or severity of the child's disabilities is such that education in the general education classroom setting with the use of supplementary aids and services cannot be achieved satisfactorily.

The IEP committee, which includes parents, students (when applicable), and educators determines the educational placement for each student.