Special Education

An IEP is an Individualized Education program designed by families and schools to meet the needs of children with disabilities.  The IEP serves as a legal document that outlines the specific services the student will receive.  The process begins with a referral and a full evaluation conducted by a school psychologist.  The IEP team consisting of families, educators, and advocates develop the IEP together.  Children may begin to receive services at the early age of 3.  Students with IEPs get individualized instruction, focused on specific academic behavioral and or developmental skills.  If you suspect your child may have a disability contact Katie Kent at kkent@hoodcanalschool.org | 360.877.5463 ext. 126