This page was created to serve as a resource for parents and community members regarding information on special education regulation, policy and procedures. Dryden Central School takes pride in the services and resources available to students within the district who have disabilities.
In September, the Board of Regents amended the requirements for the provision of Academic Intervention Services (AIS). Click this link to read a letter explaining how Academic Intervention Services are provided in Dryden Schools.
Click Here for Dryden's K-12 plan for Response to Intervention. Please note that after the introductory section, intervention plans are broken down to K-5 and 6-12 levels.
This section describes the transition process for secondary students with disabilities. This process requires school districts, in collaboration with students, families and community service agencies, to help students with disabilities to prepare for post school employment, community living and post secondary education.
Dryden Schools participate in Medicaid reimbursement as allowed. The medicaid Compliance Officer for Dryden Schools is Janet Strebel. Ms. Strebel can be reached at 607-844-8694 extension 1459.