Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

 Learning Support Services

The Learning Support Services department consists of a dedicated team of educators who focus on ensuring that schools, stu​dents, and families have the resources, training, support, and services they need to meet students' individual needs, promote student achievement and enhance teacher performance.

We believe 

  • Valuing the uniqueness of each child: their strengths and contributions
  • Creating strong relationships between students, staff, parents and our community to support the education of every student
  • Having high expectations and monitoring results for every student
  • Learning to occur in warm, orderly, and highly engaging environments
​Learning Support Services is committed to providing 5 Star Service to schools, students, and families. ​Please feel free to contact us regarding questions you may have. 
​​​Dr. Kimberly Hancock
Kimberly Hancock, Ed.D.
Associate Superintendent
Learning Support Services

Specialized Instruction


Programs and services that meet the unique needs of students with disabilities.

Student Affairs


Provides resources and support to students and families to help navigate their needs.

Compensatory Programs


Ensures that federal funds contribute to the goal of all children meeting or exceeding the Ga. Standards of Excellence.

Curriculum and Instruction


Provides leadership and supports student learning through the development of district curriculum and the promotion of teacher growth and professional learning.

Hearing Office


Coordinates and enforces the school district’s efforts to maintain safe, healthy learning environments in each of its schools.

Alternative Education


Programs include alternative education for elementary, middle, and high school students.

Intervention Services


Provides resources and supports for student interventions to teachers to ensure that students that are struggling become successful

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