Inclusive Education Team Overview
Currently, over 3,500 children and young adults receive special education services in Kent School District. Once a child or young adult is identified as eligible for special education services, the school district provides a free and appropriate public education emphasizing special education and related services designed to meet the student’s unique needs.
Creating Appropriate Education Opportunities Accommodating All Students
Our Inclusive Education team provides services to create the best possible educational outcomes for each child. We engage parents and families to identify students who have disabilities or qualify for special education services. We strive to create appropriate education experiences for students requiring specially designed instruction and/or accommodations to access their education. Our team is here to help develop education plans accommodating students who are identified as eligible for special education services.
Special Education Records Destruction Notification
As soon as a student exits special education the students’ records are no longer needed to provide educational services to the student and will be destroyed after six (6) years in accordance with the Secretary of State Records Retention Schedule.
Destruction Schedule for Records Where the Parent Did Not Receive the Letter
Records will be destroyed in January 2030 for any remaining records where the student exited special education in 2016 or any prior years.
Student exited special education in:
Records will be destroyed in January of the following years:
12033 SE 256th Street #D-400
Kent, WA 98030
Dr. Haley Brown
Elizabeth (Beth) Stoughton