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I earned my B.A. in Child and Adolescent Development with a Minor in Family Studies in 2008. In the Fall of 2008, I started my career working as a Special Education Paraprofessional in a general education class that included students with special needs. After that experience, I began my journey of becoming a Resource Specialist Program (RSP) Teacher in 2010. In 2012, I earned my Mild/Moderate Education Specialist Instruction Credential.

Through my classroom experience, I found having an RSP Teacher and a General Education Teacher co-instructing to be very rewarding and an essential part of students who need RSP services. 

Now as the Assistant Principal of Special Services, I am responsible for the leadership, administration, and supervision of the school division’s special education program and services. I collaborate with our RSP Teachers and General Education Teachers to consistently improve our accessibility to the general education curriculum for all students.

Jesica Green is also James Jordan Middle School's Special Education and Nonpublic School Designee.
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Jesica Green
Assistant Principal of Special Services
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Student Support and Progress Team (SSPT)
  • Emphasizes early intervention for struggling students in general education
  • School-based problem-solving team composed primarily of general educators who provide support to teachers to improve the quality of the general education program and reduce the underachievement of students
Elizabeth Pineda is James Jordan Middle School's SSPT Coordinator.
Child Find: James Jordan Middle School's Child Find written policies and procedures for a continuous child find system are included in the Parent & Student Handbook.
"The Los Angeles Unified School District seeks to IDENTIFY, LOCATE, and
EVALUATE children suspected of having a disability who may be eligible for
special education services designed to meet their educational needs at no cost
to families."