North Mason School District provides special education service to qualified students in each school building including students in our Developmental Preschool Program. Students age birth to three years are enrolled in the Holly Ridge Developmental Center.
Along with specially designed instruction in the schools, students may receive speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, transition services and/or psychological and counseling services based upon their needs.
Homeless students or youth who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence are also eligible for special education services. For more information contact the district Homeless Liaison, Thom Worlund, at (360) 277-2111.
If you feel that your student may qualify for special education services, please contact the school psychologist, counselor, principal or your child's teacher at their school.
To assist you in understanding the special education process, please see the frequently asked questions section. For more information, please contact the Special Service Office at 360-277-2111.