Special Education






Sherri Turley is the Director of Special Education, Preschool Coordinator, and 504 Coordinator for the McLean County School District.  Mrs. Turley began her tenure as a member of the administrative team in July of 2007.  She began her career in education in 1997 with the district serving as a speech-language pathologist.  Mrs. Turley graduated from McLean County High School in 1987.  She earned her bachelors and masters degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Kentucky and her administrative certificate from Murray State University.  Outside of her work, Mrs. Turley enjoys hunting, fishing, and sports with her husband and two children.




Special Education Services



The McLean County Public Schools (MCPS) Department of Special Education is dedicated to serving the needs of students with disabilities.  A wide range of special education programs and services are offered for students with disabilities, ages three to twenty-one.   Our department is comprised of a team of professionals who are trained to address a variety of issues and needs. 



Appropriate educational and evaluation services are provided for students at no cost to parents.  Students may be referred for evaluation by parents/guardians, agency personnel, or school staff.  Parents are involved in every stage of the evaluation and placement process.  They are encouraged to contribute helpful information about their child. 

This website has been developed to provide information and resources to staff, parents, and students.  If you have suggestions for improving the website, please contact us.