Special Education Information for Parents
The following information includes copies procedural safeguards for parents/legal guardians of children who are being considered for special education or who have been identified as having a disability and need for special education.
Parent Rights Spanish Hmong
You may click above to open or save an Adobe Acrobat document that outlines the rights in English. The English, Spanish and Hmong language versions of this rights statement has been revised at the direction of the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), U. S. Department of Education as of January, 2007.
Parent Planner - A Guide to IEP Team Participation - English
Parent Planner - A Guide to IEP Team Participation - Spanish
Parent Planner - A Guide to IEP Team Participation - Hmong
Discipline Brochure - A Guide to Discipline for Students with Disabilities - English
Discipline Brochure - A Guide to Discipline for Students with Disabilities - Spanish
Discipline Brochure - A Guide to Discipline for Students with Disabilities - Hmong
Common Core Essential Elements - Parent Brochure
Identifying Students with Specific Learning Disabilities - Parent Letter - English Spanish Hmong
The Transition Resource Guide has been developed to assist staff, parents and students with the transition from high school to adulthood. Helping students match abilities and interests, promoting strengths and recognizing weaknesses, and by identifying successive steps to achieve long-term goals, students will gain the knowledge, skills, self-reliance, and self-esteem necessary for success. The guide contains general information, resources and checklists that teachers, parents and students can use to assist IEP teams to a successful outcome to the specific path chosen. The guide can be used each year of high school based on four particular paths a student may follow. The four paths include Supported Employment, Competitive Employment, Military, and Post Secondary Education. Staff is encouraged to utilize the guide as it applies to the individualized transition needs of the students.