Everyone Learns at Central Park

Elementary students together with a downs syndrome student
  • Broward County Public Schools serve over 32,000 students with disabilities and offers a free and appropriate public education for all students. Services and programs are available to meet the individual needs of students eligible for special education and related services, ages 3 through 22. Eligible students are provided supports and/or services as per their Individual Education Plan (IEP) that are based on each child’s unique needs. Learn more by visiting Exceptional Student Learning Support on browardschools.com.

  • Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and Support Services Division staff provides professional learning opportunities and instructional programming to facilitate high quality instruction for students with disabilities.

    Programs serving Varying Exceptionalities, Speech, and Gifted are offered to students meeting eligibility criteria. Certified Exceptional Student Education (ESE) teachers teach students in small groups, may provide support in general education classroom, and consult with general education teachers. Our goal is for students to perform at the highest levels possible and continually make progress. Our ESE Specialist is knowledgeable about programs, IEPs, and the evaluation process.

    World Languages plays a unique role in capturing the breadth of human diversity.  In this increasing globalized world, being multilingual is a necessary skill.  Learning a second or third language improves the student’s opportunities to compete in today’s job market.  The goal of the World Languages department is to prepare students to become role players in today’s job market.  Spanish is offered at Central Park.

    Access the World Language web site.