The John S. Charlton School and the Kent Elementary Intensive Learning Center make up the Caesar Rodney Countywide Programs.
About John S. Charlton School
The John S. Charlton School is designed for students with special needs throughout Kent County, Delaware. The School serves students, 2 to 21 years of age, who have a need to learn functional life skills, via modification of the Common Core Curriculum, in order to enhance their level of independence. All students at the John S. Charlton School receive special education services. John S. Charlton is the Kent County Center for the Delaware Autism Program. Students are served at the John S. Charlton Program throughout across a variety of settings ranging from full inclusion to self-contained. Students at the John S. Charlton School participate in community based instruction, vocational exploration and, Special Olympics.
About the Kent Elementary Intensive Learning Center
The Kent County Elementary Intensive Learning Center is a county wide special education program for students Kindergarten through 5th grade. Students at KEILC recieve additional emotional, social, and behavioral supports needed to become successful students.