Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHH) Program
Site-based Elementary Deaf/Hard of Hearing Program @ Four Seasons
Saint Paul Public Schools has a center-based deaf/hard of hearing (DHH) program for ages 3 through 5th grade. Our focus is on language access and acquisition for students through a total communication model. This means that our students have access to both signed and spoken language at school. Our goal is not one modality; our goal is language!
Our students have access to instruction through specialized DHH classrooms, pull-out services, and push-in support in general education, as well as a classroom for deaf+/deaf-disabled students. Our goal is to support students' language, academic skills, social-emotional growth, and identity development by creating a community of DHH learners.
Individual students needs are at the center of what we do. We have a multi-disciplinary team to provide supports and services, include speech/language therapy, OT, PT, nursing, DAPE, social work, audiology, and more!
For any additional questions about the Deaf/Hard of Hearing program or services at Four Seasons, please contact Katie Huttemier, Deaf/Hard of Hearing Lead at 612-289-2205 or firstname.lastname@example.org