This document provides an overview of special education programs offered at each school site:
For more information, please contact your case manager.
Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), all school districts are required to identify, locate, and evaluate all children with disabilities who are enrolled in public, independent/private and parochial schools. This responsibility is referred to as Child Find. If you have or know of a child whom you believe needs special education services, please contact TUHSD’s Special Education Department for more information: (415) 945-1011.
A student’s main special education teacher is his/her Case Manager. Here is what to expect from a Case Manager:
- Supports the student to meet his/her IEP goals and graduation requirements
- Oversees IEP assessments and development with the IEP team
- Communicates and collaborates with general education staff including teachers, counselors and administration, regarding a students needs
- Communicates with parents regarding the IEP and the student’s progress by phone, email or meetings.
- Provides input and assists students with course scheduling
The transition from 8th grade to high school is an important step in a student's educational journey. For students with IEPs, transition is a collaborative process which includes the family, 8th grade IEP Team and future high school IEP Team. TUHSD offers an annual parent information session each fall for incoming 8th grade families. Please return to this webpage for the date of the 2024 session and/or check with your child's current case manager (special education teacher) for more information.
RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
Post-High School Resources: Please consult this list for agencies that provide helpful support and resources for students with disabilities during the post-high school years.
Marin SELPA: TUHSD is part of the Marin County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA), a collaborative of 18 school districts and public agencies in Marin. Through the District and SELPA, we offer a continuum of services for students with disabilities. For more information, please visit the Marin SELPA website: https://www.marinschools.org/SELPA
SEAC: The Special Education Advisory Committee provides a forum for addressing the needs of all students with disabilities. For more information, please visit the Marin County SELPA SEAC website: https://www.marinschools.org/domain/92
California Department of Education (CDE): Please consult the CDE's Special Education webpage for information on resources for families, laws, regulations and policies: https://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/se/
Students with IEPs have one of the following pathways, as determined by their IEP team:
High School Diploma - see the District Graduation Requirements for specific requirements.
Alternative Pathway to Diploma*
Certificate of Completion*
* Please consult with your case manager or IEP team for more information.