School Aged Children and Youth (Ages 5-21)
Every child, 5 to 21 years of age, who has been identified as a student with a disability that is significantly impacting his or her education, has the opportunity to participate in a continuum of services. Depending on need, a child may be provided services in a special class, pulled out from the regular class for specific instruction, or may remain in the regular classroom with support.
Students with a disability who have reached 16 years of age are provided activities designed to ensure a successful post-secondary transition.
Additional services such as speech therapy and physical or occupational therapy are available for those students who qualify.
Questions concerning school-age special education services should be directed to the building principal, school psychologist or Special Services Department at (425) 335-1500.