Office of Special Services
    Shelby MacMeekin, Director 
    Robin Christman, Assistant Director  
    We're located at:
    2689 Hoover Ave SE
    Port Orchard, WA 98366
    Phone: (360) 443-3625
    Fax: (360) 443-3662

    The Office of Special Services (OSS) provides support to enable staff to meet the diverse needs of students with disabilities and assure program compliance with local, state and federal standards.
    Public Participation 
    Any application and any required policies, procedures, program evaluations, plans and reports are readily available to parents and other members of the public through the district's Office of Special Services and the Office of the Superintendent. 
    OSS is the administrative site for Special Services programs across the district and at all school sites. OSS houses the offices for the Special Services Leadership Staff, including the Director of Special Services, Assistant Director of Special Services, Instructional Specialist for Special Services Programs, Early Childhood Coordinator and clerical support staff.
    OSS serves as the home base for the district’s School Psychologists, Speech and Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy Assistants, Counselor for Behavioral Disabilities Programs, “OPTIONS” staff, and Preschool staff.
    Section 504 
    The district will provide a free appropriate public education to students with disabilities found eligible within the provision of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The district will educate students with disabilities with non-disabled students to the maximum extent appropriate. Instruction will be designed and provided through reasonable accommodations, aids, and services to meet the needs of students with disabilities as equally effective as the needs of students without disabilities. Section 504 also ensures that students with disabilities will be afforded protection from discrimination that may occur as a result of their disability.
    §300.212 Public Information
    The LEA must make available to parents of children with disabilities and to the general public all documents relating to the eligibility of the agency under Part B of the Act.
    Please contact the Office of Special Services if you wish further information. 
    (360) 443-3625