Special education includes a wide array of programs and services designed to meet the needs of learners with disabilities. Special education and support services are available to learners, ages birth to 21, who have not graduated and who have been identified as needing specialized instructional services.
Programs and services include:
- Early Childhood Special Education
- K-12 Resource Special Education
- K-12 Center-based programs:
- ACHIEVE serves students who have significant emotional and behavioral challenges and require special education services in a separate site
- Osseo Secondary Transition Center serves students who need assistance in making the transition from school to life in the community
- Low Incidence – District 287
- Developmental Adaptive Physical Education
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- School Psychology
- Social Work
- Speech and Language Pathology
Parent/Family Resources: District-sponsored
Osseo Area Source of Information and Support (OASIS)
OASIS is an information and support group for parents of children with ADHD, ADD, LD, EBD, ODD, OCD, Autism, Depression, and other learning and behavior differences. The group is open to all parents, caregivers, and staff.
Educators, students and families, you are welcome to join this FREE training on mental health issues in school and the community. Remember, this is an opportunity for educators to gain access to FREE CEU’s! These trainings are provided in conjunction with District 279 and Prairie Care. May’s topic, “Technology and our Youth”, will be presented by Gary Johnson, PhD, LP, LMFT, who is currently the Clinical Director at CALM Clinic for Attention Learning and Memory. We look forward to seeing you there.