Everyone Learns at Tequesta Trace Middle
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.
Tequesta Trace Special Education
Here at Tequesta Trace, 93% of students identified as having a disability are included full time in general education classes and are working on Florida Sunshine State Standards. Currently, we have one Support Facilitator per grade level, 6th-Ms. Rachwal, 7th-Mr. Cunningham, and 8th-Ms. McDonald. They oversee the implementation of students' IEPs in the general education setting. All three are certified in Special Education. Mrs. Passman is the school's Speech and Language Pathologist, providing services for students who have Speech and/or language impairments. For students working on alternative standards, we have SVE (Specialized Varying Exceptionalities) classes in all areas of academics. These classes are taught by Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Ancieta, both certified Special Education teachers.
For questions, please contact our ESE Specialist Jessica Winter or our ESE Department Chair Valeska McDonald through our School Staff Directory. You may also call 754-323-4420 and our ESE secretary Vera Skinner can direct your call.