Special Services

  • Welcome to the Special Services Department

    New Illinois Law
    Under House Bill 3586 (PA 101-05015), Parents/Guardians have the ability to request related service logs indicating dates/times of services provided through their child's Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Service logs will be maintained throughout the year and made available at IEP meetings and when requests are received in writing.


    Child Find is an ongoing process through which all children, from birth through 21 (i.e., through the day before the student’s 22nd birthday), who may be eligible for early intervention, or who may be in need of special education services are identified, located and evaluated.
    Each school district is responsible for actively locating, identifying, and evaluating all children who live within the district boundaries who may qualify to receive special education and/or related services. 

    The mission of the Special Services Department is to enable all students to benefit from a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment. As mandated by federal and state legislation, Special Services provides a continuum of service options, including special education, 504 accommodations, home, and hospital education, related education services, augmentative equipment, and special transportation to qualified students living within the Millburn District.

    View the Special Services at the Left and click on the topic for more information and resources

    Adam Rowlands, Director of Special Services
    Sherry Pooley, Administrative Assistant