High Incidence Disabilities Team, K-12

Supporting schools through a variety of models, including trainings, in-services, workshops, facilitating team meetings, and individual coaching.


The K-12 High Incidence Team can support teachers in the areas of Curriculum and Instruction, our Special Education Electives (secondary), and Professional Development. Our menu of options are as follows, but we can also adapt our trainings to meet your specific needs.

Curriculum and Instruction Strategies Secondary Special Education Elective Courses Annual Professional Development
  • Specialized Reading Programs
  • Specialized Mathematics Programs
  • Accommodations and Modifications
  • Writing
  • Co-Teaching
  • Assessment
  • Materials and Resources
  • Remediation and Intervention
  • Student Engagement
  • Literacy
  • Differentiation
  • 21st Century Skills
  • Twice-Exceptional Students
  • Progress Monitoring
  • IEP Case Management
  • Programming for Student Needs
  • Disability-Specific Information
  • Reading 7/8
  • Personal Development
  • Strategies for Success
  • Reinforcing Foundations
  • Developmental Reading
  • Special Education Conference
  • Paraprofessional Conference
  • Summer Literacy Institute
  • Specialized Program Trainings
  • Academic Diversity Institute
  • Summer Literacy Symposium
  • Parent Resource Center Presentations

Information on Dyslexia, online training for parents, and points of contact.

Points of Contact

Coordinator: Ellie Stack, epstack@fcps.edu

Region Specialists:

Curriculum Resource Teachers

KTEA-3 and Twice Exceptional Point of Contact: Dawn Azennar, dmazennar@fcps.edu