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Welcome to the Mountain Empire Unified School District Special Education Department 

  We believe our students can obtain a high level of academic and functional achievement through increased opportunities in the least restrictive environment as determined by their Individual Education Plan. They can acquire the skills necessary for enhancing communication, establishing positive social relationships, and gaining independence that enables them to transition from school to adulthood and become productive members of our community.



Bill Dennett

Director of Pupil Services and Special Education 

(619) 473-8869

                                                                            Jackie Bjornson

Administrative Secretary 

(619)473-8869, Ext. 1112

 


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