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Programs for Exceptional Children - Traci White Director


110 North ABC Street
Milledgeville, GA. 31061
Phone: 478.457.2910 Fax: 478.457.2921

Baldwin County's Programs for Exceptional Children (PEC) Provides Disabled Students an Opportunity for Educational Excellence

We Fully Support the Mission Statement of the Baldwin County School System:
The mission of the Baldwin County School District is to educate students who will graduate from high school with the knowledge, skills, and values to be college and/or career ready in order to be contributing members of a global society.

Director - 
Baldwin High School/Eagle Ridge Elementary Coordinator: Ms Traci White
Blandy/Oak Hill/Interagency Coordinator Ms. Collinda Lee
Ms. Kae Tyson
Parent Services Liason: Ms. Donna James
PreSchool Coordinator: Ms. Kae Tyson
Behavior Specialist: Ms.Vickie Grable

Administrative Assistant: Ms. Cindy Griffeth
Psychological Services
Dr. Karen Danuser  - Lead School Psychologist
Ms. Brandi Fort - School Psychologist
Ms. Cynthia New - Secretary

The Baldwin County School System believes all students can unlock their potential by striving for and maintaining educational excellence. Our schools aim to meet the educational needs of all the students.  

Exceptional students require specially designed instruction to meet their unique needs. The curriculum, adapted to their ability, allows exceptional students to meet the educational requirements that apply to all students. 

Program for Exceptional Children staff members understand the needs of these students and provide support to help them meet the demands of our changing society. 

Students in PEC have varying disabilities and are served at all grade levels. PEC teachers utilize a variety of teaching methods aimed to encourage and promote learning. Students participate in many hands-on learning activities, including computer labs and creative writing. 

Baldwin County’s PEC Program serves students according to individual exceptionalities and educational needs:

  • Autism
  • Emotional/Behavior Disorder
  • Hearing impaired
  • Intellectually Disabled ( includes mild, moderate, profound, severe)
  • Orthopedically Impaired
  • Other Health Impaired
  • Preschool Special Education ( significantly developmentally delayed)
  • Specific Learning Disabled
  • Speech and Language Impaired - suggestions for parents
  • Traumatic Brain Injured
  • Visually Impaired
  • Community Based Instruction (Instruction and job training on the school campus and in the community)

Assistive Technology  

The PEC Program works with many local and state agencies, building partnerships that enhance their ability to meet the needs of diverse students. 

  • Department of Family & Children Services
  • Department of Human Resources
  • Central State Hospital  
  • Early Intervention Disability Adjudication 
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Georgia College & State University (Provides special education majors in the Cohort Program and for Extended school year programs)
  • Georgia Learning Resource System (GLRS) Provides resource materials and assistance for parents and teachers, staff development opportunities for teachers/paraprofessionals, sponsors.
  • Juvenile Court Services
  • Oconee Family Directions (Formerly Oconee Child & Adolescent)
  • Oconee RESA
  • Private Institutions
  • Georgia Network of Educational

    Therapeutic Services (GNETS)

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