Special Education Programs
Reed Union School District operates three schools: Reed (Grades K-2),
Bel Aire (Grades 3-5) and Del Mar (Grades 6-8). Students are served by
approximately 150 full- and part-time, certificated and classified
staff. Each school has a Learning Center/ RSP program to serve the
needs of students with IEPs. Reed and Bel Aire Schools have a Reading
Specialist to provide intervention strategies. The District has a
speech therapist that provides speech/language services at all three
Learning Center Program
program is designed to provide supplemental instruction in a small
group setting. Students who are at-risk of not meeting District
standards, or who have IEPs, come to the Learning Center to develop
strategies and work on individual goals that will increase academic
performance, to develop learning strategies, and learn advocacy skills
for success in their general education classes.
Designated Instructional Services
Instructional Services (DIS) are supplementary services provided to
students, which are related to their identified disabilities; examples
are speech and language services, counseling and services for hard of
hearing or visually impaired.
are responsible for conducting all assessments of students initially
referred to special education and for students’ triennial reviews.
Reed’s District School Psychologist provides these assessment services
at all three school sites, as well as providing consultation services to
staff, and overseeing group counseling based upon each school’s needs.
Director of Special Education
(415) 383-1116 Ext 4004