The Early Childhood Special Education (ECE) program consists of classrooms with up to ten children, ages three through five, who are in need of intervention for developmental delays or disabilities. The ECE classroom is taught by a special education teacher, with the aid of a special education assistant. Direct services are provided to the students in the classroom, as needed, by a speech pathologist, an occupational therapist, and a physical therapist. The students in the ECE program take part in activities that help develop speech, language, fine motor, visual motor, social, cognitive, and gross motor skills. The structure of the program is based on The Creative Curriculum, and provides the students with teacher-led activities in large and small groups, as well as activities they choose, which take place in classroom Interest Areas.