An Individualized Education Program, or IEP, describes what special education services a student will receive from the school district. It is drafted by an IEP team, which includes the parents or guardian. Students begin receiving special education program services as soon as their IEP is signed.
As appropriate, services are incorporated with general education curriculum and interactions with peers who do not have IEPs.
Parent/guardian(s) receive regular reports on students’ progress toward IEPs goals. In addition, the IEP team, including the parent(s), will review and update the IEP annually.
Director of Student Services
831-443-7200 x 1210
Coordinator of Special Education
831-443-7200 x 1213
Amy López (Galván)
Bilingual Administrative Assistant
831.443.7200 x 1209