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The Special Education Department provides guidance and support to district schools and staff to ensure effective education and educational success for students with disabilities who are eligible for special education and related services under state and federal laws and regulations.  Special education is available for eligible children and youth from ages 3 to 22.  For more information on special education eligibility and services, contact your local school or the Special Education Department.

Hybrid PWN 10.30.20
Hybrid PWN 10.30.20 (Spanish)

IEP Records Request

Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) Plan

WestEd Preliminary Report 2022

Special Education Study Team 2019-2020

Amber HoiskaLisa Yarborough
Ambren NevilleMaureen Burness
Amy MartzMegan Mathison
Amy RoussanMichaelynn Angie
Amy SlavenskyNina Mancina
Andrew GardnerPaula Romo
Angela HayesRachael Shaw-Escalona
Barbara MagpusaoSean Snider
Beth FarbShannon Clark
Debra GregorySinead Klement
Janet WhiteStephanie Thomas
Jared CritchfieldSteve Russell
Jeni DewaltSusan Ross
Julia MandesonTheresa Cramer
Kathryn BrownTracy Hinman
Lisa ShawTracy Morlan
 Troy Gassaway

Board approved September 11, 2019.

Morlan, Roy

Roy Morlan
Director of Special Ed/SELPA

Shayla Wilder
Administrative Assistant

Sarah Fillmore
Special Ed Technician

Amador County Unified School District
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