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Special Education

Special education is instruction specially designed, at no cost to you, to meet your child's or youth's unique needs. Special education can include classroom instruction, home instruction, instruction in hospitals and institutions, or other settings. It can also include instruction in physical education and vocational education.

The federal law that supports special education and related services is called the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Under IDEA, all eligible school-aged children and youth with disabilities are entitled to receive a free appropriate public education (FAPE).
 

Does your child need help?

Does your child need Special Education or Assessment for Special Education?

All children develop at different rates and in different ways. If you think that your child may have a disability, click here for more information.

I think my child may need additional help in school

To obtain a copy of your parent rights and procedural safeguards you may contact the Student Services Office at (408) 337-3532 or click here (English) / (Spanish) to download a copy.

Parent Rights in Special Education

To obtain a copy of your parent rights and procedural safeguards you may contact the Student Services Office at (669) 205-4020 or click here (English) / (Spanish) to download a copy.

Helpful Links

Phone: 669-205-4020  FAX: (408) 848-7161

Anna PulidoStudent Services Director
669-205-4015

Marcy HuertaSenior Staff Secretary
669-205-4020

Roseanna DuBoisStaff Secretary
669-205-4022

Sara Alcoran, Staff Secretary
669-205-4021