Daegu High School

    Special Education

    SPED Curriculum

    Relocation information

    For more information on the DoDEA SPED program as well as resources and publications for parents please visit the DoDEA HQ Sped site

    DHS Specific Information

    DHS has several programs within Special Education to meet the needs of our students:

    Resource Room

    A place for students with IEP's to go when they need extra time/help on an assignment or test.  Also a quiet place to work when classroom distractions become too much.

    Case Study Committee (CSC)

    This committee consists of special education teachers, a classroom teacher, school psychologist, counselors, an administrator, the school nurse, and others as needed/required. Meetings are held weekly to discuss student referrals, assessment planning, and special needs programs for students. Counselors and the CSC Chairpersons are responsible for checking students' records to identify students who may require special services.

    Child Find

    Child Find is an on-going, cooperative effort involving school staff, local base units, military organizations, and parenting groups. DoDDS Child Find is the process to seek, screen, and identify children (from three to 21 years of age) who may have a disability and be in need of special education services. If you know of anyone who would benefit from the special education program, please contact the school office, at 99-473-4354/5 (on-post) or 473-4354/5 (off-post).


    DoDEA Curriculum

    Find out more about each area of Curriculum on the DoDEA Headquarters website:

    English/Language Arts 
    Foreign Language 
    Health Education 
    Physical Education
    Career & Tech Ed
    Social Studies 
    Visual Arts 
    Host Nation

    DoDEA Curriculum Programs

    Find out more about the different programs offered in DoDEA's curriculum on our Headquarter's website:

    English as a Second Language (ESL) 
    Gifted Education 
    Information Center
    Special Education