Our Special Programs staff provides services to a wide variety of students. Functions within the Special Programs department include:
Students who will miss two or more weeks of school for medical reasons may receive tutorial instruction through the district.
How it works:
- Parents will need to provide the district with access to their child's medical records and physician to confirm the medical need for tutorial services.
- Students are expected to attend all tutorial sessions. If a student misses two sessions, the district may terminate the homebound instruction services.
- Students will receive grades for their work with a homebound tutor; however, high school students must meet district requirements to earn credit towards graduation.
- For more information, contact the Special Programs office.
Special Education Report Card
You can find the latest special education report from the Oregon Department of Education below. In April, Oregon Department of Education annually publishes District Special Education Report Cards. Reported indicators and targets correspond to the information in the State Performance Plan for Special Education that is required by the United States Department of Education.
This report provides data from our district, compared with state data or targets.
As Oregon schools and districts continue to face many challenges, educators remain committed to providing the highest quality education for Oregon students. This report is not meant to tell you everything about our district, but it offers a starting point for discussions about where improvement might be needed and for celebrating successes in education for Oregon’s children.
To locate Springfield Public Schools' Special Education Report Card follow the link below, and select the desired year, language, and then in the 'Available Report Cards (PDF)' section scroll to click on Springfield SD 19.
Contact Special Programs
640 A Street
Springfield, OR 97477
Phone: (541) 726-3250