North Muskegon's Special Education provides leadership to meet the needs of students with disabilities, their families and the educational staff. Administrative support occurs with the referral process, diagnostics, individual educational plans, curriculum and transition to ensure quality programs and services.
Services available to eligible students include, but not exclusive to psychological services, social work, occupational, physical and speech therapy. Programs include infant/toddler and preschool programs, resource room, categorical and regional programs. Programs and services are determined by the individual needs of the student.
North Muskegon participates in the North Service Unit (NSU) consortium. The NSU provides special education programs, services and administrative oversight to Montague, Whitehall, Reeths-Puffer, Holton and North Muskegon.
Each school district and public school academy in Michigan is required to publicly post the process it uses to determine the existence of a Specific Learning Disability (SLD) for Special Education eligibility. Consistent with the requirement, North Muskegon School District reports the following:
- Specific Learning Disability (SLD)
- Project Find
- Transition Services
- Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)
- Assistive Technology
- Procedural Safeguards Available to Parents of Students with Disabilities