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Special Education

special education student in art class
3 special ed graduating students

Caring for students with unique needs

We offer a wide variety of services and learning experiences to support our students with disabilities - from birth to age 21 - at no cost to families. Instruction is designed to meet the unique needs of a child with a disability. As much as possible, we strive to deliver necessary services to the student in the neighborhood school. In few occasions, students may need to be placed in another school site where more services are available.

Our services include home-based services for infants and toddlers, specialized, small group instruction, instruction in the general education classroom and off-site instruction as determined by the student's individual education planning (IEP) team.

Contact

Student Support Services Office 
Oak Park Building
6355 Osman Ave N, Stillwater, MN 55082
Email
Phone: 651-351-8605
Fax: 651-351-8635

Early Childhood Special Education

Providing special care for our littlest learners

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special education teacher with student

Grades K-12 Special Education

Supporting our students with unique needs

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Bridge Transition 18-21

Preparing students to be successful in life

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adapted floor hockey

Adaptive & Inclusive Sports

A place for students with disabilities to play and grow!

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Our Students In the News

students taking polar plunge

More than 100 people participated in the Polar Plunge as temperatures felt like just 13 degrees.

students with amusement park designs

A group of six 7th and 8th grade special education students and their general education peers worked together to imagine, design and build an interactive model of what an inclusive and adapted park could look like.