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This page includes information on how to support students who are English learners or who receive Special Education or Section 504 services. It also includes resources for refugees and immigrants, LGBTQ students, foster youth, students experiencing homelessness, and children with incarcerated parents.
See Student Services for employee resources about student-focused services, including student health & injuries, after school, counseling, nutrition, transportation, records & transcripts, mentoring, and high school credit recovery.
Student Supports & Programs
English Learners/ Multilingual Pathways
Find resources to support newcomer students or other students who are learning English. Also includes World Language programs.
Find resources to support students who receive Special Education services, including those with IEP's.
Section 504 enables a student with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities to receive accommodations and/or related services to ensure equal access to education.
Translation & Interpretation (TIU) Services Requests
Request translation (written) or interpretation (oral) services for general education, Special Education, 504 plan or SST.
LGBTQ Student Services
Information and resources for staff to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and questioning students and families in our schools.
Foster Youth Services
Find PD, services and other resources to support the unique educational needs of foster youth.
Students Experiencing Homelessness
Find resources for students experiencing homelessness. Includes tips to assist transition students.
Children of Incarcerated Parents
See childrens' bill of rights, curriculum and other resources to support children with incarcerated parents.
Refugee & Immigrant Supports
Find resources to support students who are immigrants or refugees. Includes ICE and law enforcement guidance.
This page was last updated on May 16, 2023