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  • Jordan Child Development Center (JCDC)/ Preschool
    The JCDC serves children ages 0-5 through Early Intervention and Preschool.
    Early Intervention- The JCDC contracts with the Utah Department of Health to provide early intervention services to eligible children who have developmental delays, diagnosed conditions or syndromes, ages birth to three years, and who reside in the Jordan and Canyons School Districts.
    Preschool- Preschool programs offer free educational preschool services for children with disabilities ages 3 to 5 years old. A child is determined to be eligible for services through a screening and testing process.  Preschool services are also offered to non-delayed (typical) children for a small monthly fee.
  • River's Edge School
    River's Edge School specializes in serving students who need emotional, social, and behavioral support. The school faculty members are dedicated to educating all students to high levels of academic performance as well as teaching them to be responsible, respectful, and safe. River's Edge School is also home to the Jordan Behavior Assistance Team. The behavior team supports school teams and students across the district by providing high-quality behavioral interventions and professional development.
  • Kauri Sue Hamilton School
    The Kauri Sue Hamilton School is a school for students ages 5 - 22 with severe multiple disabilities. The Kauri Sue Hamilton School is a beautiful two-story building that includes 26 classrooms, therapy treatment rooms, two playgrounds, 3 multi-sensory rooms, a behavior room, a health clinic, a swimming pool, a gym, and a cafeteria. The goal of every staff member is to provide students with disabilities, with an appropriate individualized education program by using every moment as a teaching moment in a fun learning environment to maximize student independence and quality of life.
  • South Valley School
    South Valley School is a post-high program for students ages 18-22.  Students must be on an IEP and not have a high school diploma.  The program focuses on vocational preparation and community access and teaches students to be independent and to self-advocate.  Students working toward their high school diploma are given support in achieving the credits they still need.