Warren Woods Public Schools offers programs and/or services that may assist your child with their education. The office of Special Services oversees several programs and services for students who may experience barriers to their education. Each program and service does have requirements outlined in the state and federal laws that school districts must adhere to when making program decisions about services and placements.
The mission of the Special Services Department is "to provide collaborative services that enhance and support learning of Warren Woods students."
The vision of the Special Services Department is "to create a collaborative environment where all educators embrace every learner to successfully reach their full potential."
Warren Woods Public School District is committed to providing students with disabilities a free and appropriate public education consistent with federal and state laws. Warren Woods Public Schools offers evaluations, programs, and services to individuals who are identified as having, or who are suspected of having, a disability as defined in either the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. These services are available to eligible person's ages 0-26 who reside within, or attend a K-12 school program within the Warren Woods Public School District attendance boundaries. For more information about services, parent/student rights or referral procedures, contact the Warren Woods Public Schools office of Special Services.