Jurupa Unified School District is seeking individuals with exceptional needs between the ages of 2 years 9 months (33 months) and 21 years. Parents and caretakers who believe that their child may have a physical, academic, or mental disability should contact the Special Education Department. The Special Education Department can assist with referral procedures, parent/child rights under federal and state laws, identification procedures for students with exceptional needs, and the continuum of services that may be available for eligible children.
Children that have suspected or identified disabilities in the areas listed below may be eligible to receive special education services at no cost to parents in the least restrictive environment to the maximum extent appropriate. Eligibility and services vary and are based on students’ needs. Children enrolled in private schools, home schools or other public schools may also be eligible to receive special education services.
- Intellectual disability
- Emotional disturbance
- Multiple disabilities
- Deaf or hearing impairment
- Orthopedic impairments
- Autism Click here for signs of Autism.
- Other health impairment
- Traumatic brain injury
- Speech and language impairment
- Specific learning disabilities
- Established medical disability
- Blindness or vision impairment