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►Intervention & Evaluaton Team



The Mission of Woodburn School District is:
Engage, inspire and prepare students to meet challenging goals and aspirations and contribute to a diverse world.

In the Student Services Department, we recognize that some students may need specialized supports or an individualized plan to achieve this mission.  The Student Services Department includes the following programs:

 〮Special Education
 〮Health Services
 〮School Counseling Program
 〮Section 504 Rehabilitation Plans
 〮Speech Language Services
 〮Evaluation & Intervention Team
 〮Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS)

 
 Joe James 
 Director of Student Services
503-981-2707
Oversight of Special Education, Health Services, and At-Risk Supports;
District 504 Coordination of 504 Programs, Coordation of Title II for Nondiscrimination



 Juaquina Scott      
 Student Services Secretary
 503-982-4279





Child Find Information
The Woodburn School District locates, evaluates and serves children from birth through age 21 with cognitive, motor, social, behavior, speech, language, hearing or vision needs. If you know a child who may have a need in one or more of these areas or if you would like more information about our services, please contact:
 〮Birth to age 5: Willamette Education Service District Coordinator for screenings and evaluations:
      〮Yamhill County: 503-435-5940
      〮Marion and Polk Counties: 503-385-4714
 〮Kindergarten through age 21: Jennifer Spencer-Iiams, Woodburn School District Director of Student Services, 503-981-2707
Aviso de “Child Find”
El Distrito Escolar de Woodburn localiza, evalúa y sirve a los niños desde su nacimiento hasta los 21 años de edad con necesidades en el área cognitiva, motora, social, comportamiento, habla, lenguaje, audición o visión. Si usted conoce un niño a quien pueda tener necesidad en una o más de estas áreas, o si usted desea más información acerca de estos servicios, por favor comuníquese:
 〮De 0 a 5 años: coordinador de evaluaciones y detecciones en el Distrito de Servicios de Educación Willamette:
      〮Condado Yamhill: 503-435-5940
      〮Condado de Marion y Polk: 503-385-4714
 〮Kindergarten hasta 21 años de edad: Jennifer Spencer-Iiams, Director de Servicio a Estudiantes del Distrito Escolar de Woodburn, 503-981-2707
Информационное сообщение по выявлению детей со специальными нуждами 
Школьный округ г.Вудбурн определяет в программы, оценивает и обслуживает детей со специальными нуждами в когнитивной, моторной, социальной сфераx или в сфераx поведения, развития речи, языка, слуxа или зрения от рождения до 21 года. Если Вы знаете ребёнка с нуждами в одной или более приведённыx выше сфераx или xотите получить больше информации о нашиx услугаx, пожалуйста, свяжитесь с: 
 〮Возраст ребёнка: от рождения до 5 лет: координатор программы по выявлению и оцениванию детей отдела образования района Вилламет:
      〮Графство Ямxил: 503-435-5940
      〮Графства Марион и Полк: 503-385-4714
 〮Возраст ребёнка: с подготовительного класса до 21 года:  Дженифер Спенсер-Лиамс, школьный округ г.Вудбурн, 503-981-2707


Non Discrimination
The Woodburn School District recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups. It is the policy of the Woodburn School District to comply with state and federal laws and promote nondiscrimination and an environment free of harassment of individuals or groups based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, age, or disability in any educational programs, activities or employment.
All Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in this school district will be open to all students. The District will take steps to ensure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in CTE Programs.

Joe James
,
Coordinator, Title II & Section 504 – (503) 981-2707
965 North Boones Ferry Road, Woodburn, OR 97071

Casey Woolley, Coordinator, Title IX – (503 ) 981-2612
1785 North First Street, Woodburn, OR 97071
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