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The Northeast Indiana Special Education Cooperative was established in 1970 to develop programs that would meet the needs of our students with disabilities.  The Cooperative was formed through collaboration between superintendents in rural Northeast Indiana. Our mission statement, a reflection of the commitment of our founding superintendents,  remains the same today:

 

"Through a cooperative effort, every student learns, grows and is valued."

 

Northeast Indiana Special Education Cooperative member districts:

  • Central Noble Community School Corporation 

  • DeKalb County Central United School District 

  • DeKalb County Eastern Community School District 

  • East Noble School Corporation 

  • Fremont Community Schools

  • Garrett-Keyser- Butler School Corporation

  • Hamilton Community Schools

  • Lakeland School Corporation

  • MSD of Steuben County

  • Prairie Heights Community School Corporation

  • Smith-Green Community Schools 

  • West Noble School Corporation

  • Westview School Corporation

 

Currently we provide services for approximately 4400 students. We provide the full continuum of services that range from consultation, inclusion in the classroom with support, pull out services and self contained classrooms.

We pride ourselves in the positive collaboration between our communities, administrators, teachers, parents, and students to ensure that every student learns, grows and is valued.

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Phone:

260.347.5236

1.800.589.5236

Fax:

260.347.1657

Address: 

1607 E. Dowling St.  Kendallville, IN  46755

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