The Eureka Union School District believes a cooperative effort between parents and school is necessary to provide the most beneficial programs and services for students. Parents are encouraged to contact their children's teachers with any questions or concerns related to the programs and services provided. The Special Education staff is committed to working with parents to provide a positive, productive learning environment for all students.
Through parent/teacher conferences and progress reports, parents are regularly informed of their student's progress toward annual goals. Programs to address student achievement are the heart of special education and there are special education programs available for students with all types of disabilities.
Parents and school staff usually agree about issues regarding evaluation, eligibility, services, and placement of students with disabilities. However, there are times when disagreement occurs. It is helpful to address concerns with school personnel as soon as they arise so steps can be taken to resolve the concern and support the working relationship among parents, staff and students.
Conflict resolution options include:
Meeting with the student's classroom teacher or special education case manager/teacher
Meeting with the principal
Meeting with Eureka Union Special Education Director