• We have several faculty members that are designated for Special Education.

    Sequoia Alternative Program: A district program for classified and non-classified students who require a highly structured learning environment with intense academic remediation and instruction, interactive discipline and counseling, and varied opportunities for social and emotional development. All students have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) or an IPP (Individual Program Plan) which is reviewed yearly. A case manager from the Child Study Team and/or a mentor is assigned to work with the student, parent(s), and teachers.

    Out of District placements: Proposed for students who need more intensive services in a more restrictive setting, than can be provided at the four high schools or Sequoia. As determined appropriate by the IEP team, students may receive specialized programs in public or private special education settings.
    For students who do not receive Special Education but require an Accommodation Plan:
    Section 504 Services: The District complies with all provisions of the "Rehabilitation Act - Section 504" and "Americans with Disabilities Act - ADA, 1992." A student may be referred to the school’s 504 Coordinator through the Counseling Center to determine eligibility and receive assistance.