Admin

Special Education Department

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Dear SBCUSD Special Education Community,

As we are adapting to the new challenges brought forth by COVID-19, we wanted to reassure our community and all of our stakeholders that SBCUSD is committed to supporting student with disabilities during this difficult time.

The Special Education Department has collaborated with Educational Services to ensure that all of our students have equal access to distance learning. Special Education family partners, you will be receiving a prior written notice that will outline the details of your specialized services along with resource page. Your teachers and service providers will be reaching out soon to speak with you about your specific services.

During this trying time, we ask that you stay healthy and safe. If you have, any questions or concerns please call 909-880-6800.

Sincerely,
Dr. Howana Lundy
Director, Special Education/SELPA

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Overview
Special education refers to a range of educational and social services provided by the public school system and other educational institutions to individuals with disabilities who are between birth and 21 years of age.

Special education is designed to ensure that students with disabilities are provided with an environment that allows them to be educated effectively. ​



The ESY application window is open for all qualified Classified and Certificated personnel from 2/7 to 3//13. You may access the application through the links below.



Attention all members of the Community Advisory Committee! For your convenience, we have an easy-to-remember shortcut to access all resources involving the Community Advisory Committee (CAC). All resources, from meeting calendars, agendas, and meeting materials are now available at sbcusd.com/cac
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Eligibility

Intellectual Disability (ID)

521

8%

Hard of Hearing (HH) *

56

1%

Deafness (DEAF) *

18

0%

Speech or Language Impairment (SLI)

1237

19%

Visual Impairment (VI) *

22

0%

Emotional Disturbance (ED)

180

3%

Orthopedic Impairment (OI) *

72

1%

Other Health Impairment (OHI)

505

8%

Specific Learning Disability (SLD)

2966

45%

Multiple Disability (MD)

138

2%

Autism (AUT)

844

13%

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

23

0%




School Type Enrollment
Public Day School 5861
Special Education Center or Facility 127
Continuation School: 106
Alternative Work Education Center/Work Study Program: 58
Community School: 65
Home Instruction 41
Hospital Facility 23
Charter School 204
Head Start Program: 2
Child Development or Child Care Facility 1
State Preschool Program 2
Extended Day Care 1
Nonpublic Day School 108
Nonpublic Residential School 6
Parochial School 2

Enrollment
Infant 59
Preschool 347
K-Grade 6 3155
Grade 7-12 2858
Post secondary/Transition 163
           

*Data taken from December 2017 CASEMIS Report


HOWANA
Howana Lundy, Ed.D

SELPA Director, Special Education
email

Sandra R Martinez
Secretary III
email


Nereida Gutierrez
SELPA Assistant Director, Special Education
email

Mikomi SalaamElHimri
Assistant Director of Instructional Programs
email


Martha N. Keating

Bilingual Secretary
email

Isabel Robinson
Secretary
email

Veronica Garache

Bil. Community Resource Worker
Special Education
email


1535 W. Highland Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92411

Ph: (909) 880-6863
Ph: (909) 880-6865
Fx: (909) 880-1584

Hours
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday


 

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