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    What is Special Education?

    Blaine County School District Special Education programs exist to provide services to county students who meet eligibility requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) under one of the thirteen disability categories allowed in the State of Idaho.  All district schools are served by special education professionals and related service providers, but not all schools offer the same programs.  The District seeks to meet its obligations under the law to provide Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to all eligible students and to do this within the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE).  Services will be provided in a student’s home school to the extent that this is appropriate. 

    What is the Learning Center?

    The Learning Center is an alternate learning location at Bellevue Elementary. Decisions for a student to access the Learning Center is decided upon by each student’s IEP (Individual Education Plan) team. While in the Learning Center, the students work on the skills to attain the goals within the IEP.

    Need More Information? 

    For more information or with any questions, please contact Chris Roberts (578-5080) or visit the links below.


    Special Education Forms

    Parent Information Center

    Contact Information:

    Chris Roberts

    BES  Learning Center