Section 504 is a federal law which protects the rights of persons with qualifying disabilities.

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Early Childhood Special Ed

We provide early intervention for young children, age birth to kindergarten, who show developmental delay in a number of areas.

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English Learner (EL)

The English Learner (EL) program fosters meaningful understanding of American English by facilitating classroom and personal success.

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Health Services

Our Health Services team collaborates with educational and support services within the school and the community to promote student health for student achievement.

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We have the responsibility to provide a program of instruction to students who are unable to attend class at school due to extended illness or injury.

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Special Education

Our Special Education Department serves approximately 1,000 children who range in age from birth through 21.

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Transition Plus

Transition Plus is a joint program, among the Hopkins, St. Louis Park and Minnetonka school districts, that works with young adults with disabilities, ages 18 to 21.

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