K-6

Kindergarten through 6th

The Rocklin Unified School District provides Resource Specialist Program (RSP) services at all schools. The Resource Specialist program provides specialized instruction and supports to students focused on their IEP goals, for less than 50% of the school day. The Resource Specialist is a credentialed special education teacher.

Special Day Class services are provided at most school sites, and serve students who require specialized instruction and supports for 50% of the school day or more. The Special Day Class teacher holds a special education credential. These programs include:

Kindergarten – 3rd grade:

Antelope Creek Elementary
Breen Elementary (focus on functional academic skills)
Cobblestone Elementary (focus on communication delays/disorders)
Parker Whitney (Structured Teaching Program)
Sunset Ranch Elementary (Inclusion Program)
Twin Oaks Elementary School
Valley View Elementary
4th – 6th grades:

Antelope Creek Elementary
Breen Elementary (focus on functional academic skills)
Cobblestone Elementary (focus on communication delays/disorders)
Parker Whitney Elementary (Structured Teaching Program)
Rock Creek Elementary (focus on social emotional skills)
Sierra Elementary (focus on functional academic skills)
Sunset Ranch Elementary (Inclusion Program)
Twin Oaks Elementary School
Valley View Elementary

Transition to Middle School:

 
 

In the spring, prior to your student moving to middle school, an Individual Educational Program meeting will be arranged by your student’s case carrier to address transition. During this meeting, student’s current level of performance and goals and objectives will be reviewed to identify appropriate services for when your student goes to middle school. A representative from middle school will be in attendance to assist the Individual Education Program Team and to answer questions. Typically, students attend their home middle school if supports and services are available at that school site.