The Clovis Unified School District provides a wide range of services and programs to meet the needs of differently-abled students eligible for Special Education services. Most of these services can be provided for qualified students at local schools in collaboration with general education programs. However, some services and programs are only available at specified schools throughout the District and may require enrollment at a designated site. Parents who suspect that their child may be differently-abled or in need of additional services should confer with their child’s teacher regarding their concerns and request a referral to the Student Study Team. If the child continues to exhibit difficulties after exhausting services and modifications in the regular education program, parents may request an assessment to determine eligibility for special education services. Qualified staff will conduct an assessment. An Individualized Educational Planning team (including the parents) will meet to review the assessment information, determine eligibility, the services that are needed, and develop appropriate educational goals and objectives. The Individualized Educational Plan is reviewed at least annually.
For questions and concerns, please contact the Special Education office:
559-327-9400 Fax 559-327-9440
Clovis Unified faces a unique set of circumstances that prompted a citizen’s recommendation for a $335 million bond measure to be placed on the ballot this November. Because of the way election cycles and tax rates work, November 2020 is the last chance our community has to weigh in on whether or not they want the district to be maintained and kept up-to-date like they are now, address safety and health needs to meet the challenges of 2020, and to have space for our students now and in the years to come.
For more information on Measure A, please visit https://www.cusd.com/2020bondmeasure.aspx