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Special education is the education of students with special needs in a way that addresses the students' individual differences and needs. This process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, accessible settings, and other interventions designed to help learners with special needs achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and community than would be available if the student were only given access to a typical classroom education.  

All students are entitled to a free, appropriate public education.  If a student has a disability that requires specialized instruction, then that student qualifies for Special Education. In Woodburn Public Schools, we believe all students can learn.  Our outstanding Special Education Staff at each school work with parents to design and implement individualized plans to help each student succeed.

                                           Special Education Staff
Location/School
Learning Specialst
Program Specialist*
Nellie Muir E.S.
Diana Mattick 
Stacy Griffin (SLP) 
Heritage E.S.

Sandra Perez 
Anne McCormack 
Karen Rael (LSP) 


Lincoln E.S.
Kristen Wall 
Brian Murray (LSP) 
Washington E.S.
Patricia Leatherman 
Helene Boigeol (SLP) 
French Prairie M.S.

Dana Christie 
Heidi Rivinus 
Cindy Bennett (SLP) 
Cyd McCormick (SLP) 
Valor M.S.

Jason Hobson 
Matt Richey 
Denise Zauner (LSP) 


AIS
Judy Weimer 
WAAST
Rob Felix 
Amanda Riley (LSP) 
WACA
Tim Camp 
Val Howell (SLP) 
WeBSS
Chris DeRoest 

Success

CJ High 
Christine Thomas 
Bridges

Charlotte Hazel (TS) 

                                                                                                            * SLP:  Structured Learning Program
                                                                                   LSP:  Life Skills Program
                                                                                   TS:  Transition Specialist



Special Education Terms:

IEP: The "Individualized Educational Plan" for a student in special education.  This is developed by a team, including the parent, and is reviewed at least once per year.
LRE: Our district offers a continuum of placement options, from extra support in the general education classroom, to specialized classes.  Placement decisions are always made in the"Least Restrictive Environment."
SPED: Special Education is often appreviated a SpEd.


Resources and Links

Parents Rights Manual  
SpEd. Report Card 
Informe de Educación Especial 

School-age Parent's Rights  
    
18-21 Year old Rights    
    
SPED Manual

Information on Significant Disproptionality in Woodburn

Child Find Information
The Woodburn School District locates, evaluates and serves children from birth through age 21 with cognitive, motor, social, behavior, speech, language, hearing or vision needs. If you know a child who may have a need in one or more of these areas or if you would like more information about our services, please contact:
 〮Birth to age 5: Willamette Education Service District Coordinator for screenings and evaluations:
      〮Yamhill County: 503-435-5940
      〮Marion and Polk Counties: 503-385-4714
 〮Kindergarten through age 21: Jennifer Spencer-Iiams, Woodburn School District Director of Student Services, 503-981-2707
Aviso de “Child Find”
El Distrito Escolar de Woodburn localiza, evalúa y sirve a los niños desde su nacimiento hasta los 21 años de edad con necesidades en el área cognitiva, motora, social, comportamiento, habla, lenguaje, audición o visión. Si usted conoce un niño a quien pueda tener necesidad en una o más de estas áreas, o si usted desea más información acerca de estos servicios, por favor comuníquese:
 〮De 0 a 5 años: coordinador de evaluaciones y detecciones en el Distrito de Servicios de Educación Willamette:
      〮Condado Yamhill: 503-435-5940
      〮Condado de Marion y Polk: 503-385-4714
 〮Kindergarten hasta 21 años de edad: Jennifer Spencer-Iiams, Director de Servicio a Estudiantes del Distrito Escolar de Woodburn, 503-981-2707
Информационное сообщение по выявлению детей со специальными нуждами 
Школьный округ г.Вудбурн определяет в программы, оценивает и обслуживает детей со специальными нуждами в когнитивной, моторной, социальной сфераx или в сфераx поведения, развития речи, языка, слуxа или зрения от рождения до 21 года. Если Вы знаете ребёнка с нуждами в одной или более приведённыx выше сфераx или xотите получить больше информации о нашиx услугаx, пожалуйста, свяжитесь с: 
 〮Возраст ребёнка: от рождения до 5 лет: координатор программы по выявлению и оцениванию детей отдела образования района Вилламет:
      〮Графство Ямxил: 503-435-5940
      〮Графства Марион и Полк: 503-385-4714
 〮Возраст ребёнка: с подготовительного класса до 21 года:  Дженифер Спенсер-Лиамс, школьный округ г.Вудбурн, 503-981-2707
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