Special Education

2023-2024 ANNOUNCEMENT: A student with a disability who turned 21 and exited during or after the 2022-2023 school term may be permitted to re-enroll until age 22 during the 2023-2024 school year. Parents/guardians and students who wish to take advantage of Act 55 should click here for more information about IDEA-B regulations.

The Spring-Ford Special Education Department is committed to meeting the diverse needs of all children. The Department's goal is to work collaboratively with all stakeholders to provide tools, guidance, supports and services necessary to ensure student success in the least restrictive environment.

SFASD offers Learning Support programs (for students with delays in reading and/or math which are significant enough to impact their regular grade level performance), Autistic Support and Emotional Support programs. Speech and Language Support is available in all district schools. Spring-Ford has access to the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit, Approved Private Schools, and other local school districts for additional programs, if needed.

Contact Information

Dr. Tina Giambattista
Assistant Superintendent of Special Education and Student Services

Amy Hiller
Supervisor of Special Education, Grades K-3

Chris Talley
Supervisor of Special Education, Grades 4-6

Katie Davis
Supervisor of Special Education, Grades 7-9

Aimee Oblak
Supervisor of Special Education, Grades 10-12