Parent Resources

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This section is meant to empower parents looking to enroll their kid with special needs in Catholic schools as well as educate parents with students already in the school system on what’s available to them. If you have any input to offer in this area, please email at

If you are a parent considering Catholic school for your child with unique learning needs—we’d love to hear from you!

Helpful Sites and Articles:

Below you’ll find specific websites and articles that could be of help you parents of students with unique learning needs. The articles are divided into grade levels, and current topics in education.


Catholic Diocese of Evansville

Office of Catholic Schools, Diocese of Evansville

Office of Catechesis

Autism Evansville

Highland Baseball Challenger League

S.M.I.L.E on Down Syndrome

Special Religious Development (Archdiocese of Chicago)

Center for Parent Information and Resources

Anderson Woods

Camp Little Giant

Welcoming Inclusion:

Every Child Belongs: Welcoming a Child with a Disability

Amazon List of Top Selling Children’s Books about Special Needs

Five Books That Can Help Inspire Your Child With Special Needs

Middle School:

Organization to Help Your Middle Schooler Thrive

How To Be More Organized in Middle School (For Students and Parents)

Back-to-School: Five Ways to Help Your Middle Schooler Get Organized

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“It is a great privilege working through inclusion to meet the needs of our diverse learners at the elementary level. I have been a teacher for over 25 years in the diocese and being able to have special education teachers to co-teach with is an awesome experience that I continue to learn from each day.” –WCS teacher