Glendale Special Education Services 

 Services for Meeting the Needs of ALL Students

Glendale School District provides a full continuum of special education and related services. All services are developed by a team (including parents) and outlined in a student's Individual Education Plan (IEP).

If you have questions regarding district policy or special education, contact us 

April Hudgseon                                                    Megan Eldred

541-832-1701 - Elementary                                 541-832-1801 - Middle/ High   

Director of Special Education Angela Keeran angela.keeran@douglasesd.k12.or.us

  Assessment and Evaluation

Glendale School District uses a Multi-tiered response to intervention system for evaluation purposes. The Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) specify that a student may be assessed and/or identified for special education services in the following disability categories:

    • Developmental Delay

    • Autism Spectrum Disorder

    • Speech and Language Impairment

    • Deaf Blindness

    • Emotional Disturbance

    • Deaf or Hard of Hearing

    • Intellectual Disability

    • Orthopedic Impairment

    • Other Health Impairment

    • Specific Learning Disability

    • Traumatic Brain Injury

    • Visual Impairment

LINK to PARENT RIGHTS 

Speech and Language  Services 

Speech and Language instruction is provided to students through specially designed instruction and/or related services from Speech and Language Pathologists and Assistants. Glendale partners with Douglas County ESD for language services 

Learning Center 

Student who need additional direct intervention and support have access to our learning center 

Essential elements of our Learning Center rooms:

  • Services are coordinated and delivered by highly trained specialists and educational support staff

  • Offer specially designed instruction and related services in areas as determined by the IEP team

  • The curriculum and instruction provided in these programs are research based and are designed to improve student achievement and success in the school setting

  • Instruction is delivered through small groups as well as co-teaching or push-in models

  • Team members collaborate and consult to support a students ability to succeed in the general education population with appropriate accommodations and modifications.