Welcome to the Department of Special and Federal Programs!
The primary responsibility of the Special Programs Department is to provide quality programs and services to diverse groups of students in special populations. Special Populations are student groups that require instructional support beyond what general education provides. Special Programs consist of Dyslexia and Section 504/ADA, Gifted and Talented, Multilingual Programs, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, and Special Education Services.
Our programs and services promote equity and success while preparing special population students for college and/or their careers. We ensure district and campus leaders are provided with the appropriate resources, services, and programs available for students identified as Emergent Bilingual (EB), Immigrant, Refugee, Migrant, Gifted & Talented (G/T), Special Education (SPED), Section 504 (504). We also facilitate a wide range of campus programs and activities for students, and their families to ensure our students received a well-rounded education designed to maximize their potential for success.
Rachael Hull, Director
Special Education/Section 504/Federal Programs/Migrant
Special Programs Coordinator