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Las Lomitas Elementary School District

Inclusive, Engaging, Inspiring
Department overview

Department overview

Areas of Responsibility

LLESD provides special education services to all individuals with special needs and their families through quality programs that provide students unique opportunities to learn skills necessary to be happy, healthy, and productive community members. Our District appreciates that all children develop at different rates and in different ways. Special Education Services are offered to eligible individuals in programs designed to promote maximum interaction between students in special education and the general school population for maximum interaction while still meeting the unique needs of the child in special education. 
The Director of Student Services oversees our Special Education program and its team. 
Special Education Support Staff
  • School Psychologist
  • Speech and Language Pathologists
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Behavioral Specialist
  • Special Education Para-professionals
  • Resource Specialists
  • Strategies Teachers
  • School Nurse
  • Physical Therapist
  • Administrative Assistant

Special Education Services Requests and Assessments
  • Pre-School
  • K-8
  • Parent Resource Council -- San Mateo County SELPA
Special Education Parent Handbook

  • Speech and Language Services
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Resource Support Classes
  • Strategies Classes
  • Behavioral Support Programs
  • Extended School Year Program
In addition to programs and services, school districts have many other responsibilities related to special education, including:
● Child Find: The obligation to identify all students in our district who might need special education, including those who are three to six years
old, and those attending private school. If we learn of a two-year-old who may need an IEP when they turn three, we assess the child when
they are two.
● Private School Students: When identified Special Education students attend private schools, we must track their progress, assess them, and offer an IEP program.