The Los Alamos Public Schools is required to identify all children with disabilities from birth to age twenty-one who may be in need of special education and who reside within the jurisdiction of the district. This applies to all children whether they are in public school, private school, or in the custody of public institutions or agencies. Anyone who knows of a child with special needs, who is not presently being served by the public schools, should contact Karla Crane, Coordinator of Student Services at 663-2208. Children who are birth to three years old are referred to the Part C Early Intervention Service Provider, Las Cumbres, for assessment and possible services. Information will be kept confidential.
Determination of Special Education and Related Services
The IEP team may recommend one of more of the following related services necessary for a child with a disability to benefit from special education. These can include audiology, physical therapy, school counseling, psychological services, speech/language therapy, special transportation, orientation/mobility training, parent training, school social work, occupational therapy, recreational therapy, school health services, or interpretation services.
Parent and Child Rights Procedural Safeguard Notice – December 2020 PDF
Derechos de los Padres y de/la Nino(a) en la Educacion Especial en Espanol PDF
Parent and Child Rights in Special Education in Navajo PDF
Parent and Child Rights in Special Education in Russian PDF
Parent and Child Rights in Special Education in Vietnamese PDF
Parent and Child Rights in Special Education in Mandarin PDF
ASL Procedural Safeguards for Students with Disabilities and Their Families Video