Programs and Services
The Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 2004 ensures that all eligible children with a disability who are in need of special education receive a free appropriate public education. IDEA mandates that eligible students receive individualized instruction specially designed to meet the unique needs of the learner.
2023-24 Services and Locations
Find descriptions of services offered to all students with disabilities, including autism support, behavioral support, and support for students who are intellectually disabled, deaf, hard of hearing, and/or visually impaired. Find services.
Encuentre descripciones de los servicios ofrecidos a todos los estudiantes con discapacidades, incluido el apoyo para el autismo, el apoyo conductual y el apoyo para los estudiantes con discapacidades intelectuales, sordos, con problemas de audición y / o visualmente descapacitados. Encuentre los servicios.
Meeting the needs of students with disabilities
- Special Education for Preschool Children
- Parent Information about Assignments English | Español
- Parent Information about Extended Content Standards
- Parent Information about Elementary Behavior Support (EBS)
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