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Edmonds School District

Special Education

Edmonds School District is working with the American Institutes for Research to evaluate our special education practices that impact climate, staffing, and communication.

Learn more on the :

Special Education Program Review website

The Edmonds School District provides a wide range of programs and services for infants and students with disabilities, from birth through age 21. Once 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.

Special education must conform to the student's Individualized Education Program (IEP). An IEP is a written plan for a child with a disability that includes specific information about areas needing additional or special support and the services that will be provided. The IEP is developed by a team of individuals responsible for developing, reviewing, or revising the IEP and includes the parent, a special education teacher, a general education teacher, a district representative, and the student (when appropriate). 

Questions about your student's special education services?
Contact your student's school or their case manager directly.

Program questions? email us at 
 SpecialEducation@edmonds.wednet.edu 

Student Record Requests?
SpecialEdRecords@edmonds.wednet.edu