When a child or young adult is identified as eligible for special education, the district provides education that is specially designed to meet the student’s unique needs and ultimately aimed at preparing the student for a post high school academic setting, employment and independent living. Special education is provided at no cost to the student or parent.
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Bellevue School District invites you to attend a consultation meeting to learn more about Proportionate Share services (special education services for students who are placed by their parents in private schools) and discuss how the related funds are allocated for eligible private school students needing services.Read More
Please join us in this family-focused session where attendees will learn about sensory processing strategies both at home & at school. Our sensory systems are vital in taking in and processing all the information about the world around us.Read More
Please join us for this family-focused information session. Dr. Jared Taylor will provide information about the types of anxiety and their origins, specific strategies to help your child at home, how to advocate for support at school, and what resources are available to support your child.Read More
Please join us for a family-focused informational session about IEP Transition Plans. The Transition Plan is the section of the IEP that outlines services and goals that will help students achieve their post-secondary plans after they exit public school. Read More
Please join us for a family-focused informational session. Hear from local organizations about how they provide advocacy and support to families/guardians with children with disabilities, including Arc of King County & the Bellevue Schools Special Needs PTA.Read More
The Washington State Legislature established the observance as a civic holiday in 2008 to promote the appreciation and inclusion of people with disabilities. In addition, National Disability Employment Awareness Month also takes place every October.Read More