Special Service Programs
Support is provided to students thorugh a full range of special service programs. Students with special needs may be provided services in the regular classroom, thorugh individualized instruction in a resource room, in special classes, in special day schools, or in residential schools, homes, or hospitals.
A team of regular and special educaiton personnel works with parents to determine the type of education ;best suited to meet the learner's individual needs. For those students who qualify, an individualized educational plan is developed cooperatively between parents and school staff.
State of Minnesota and Federal Funds (including Public Law 108-446, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2003) are used to help support these special programs. Parents and community members may review applications, reports, and evaluations of district activities supported by these funds.
For general information, or if you suspect that your child (age birth to 21) may be in need of special services, contact your child's school principal or the district special education coordinator at 879-1283.