Lynden School District is committed to addressing the unique needs of students with disabilities ages birth through 21 residing within the boundaries of the Lynden School District. This includes children with disabilities enrolled in private and religious schools as well as children who are homeless. Disabilities can be in any one of several areas that ultimately affect a child's learning, such as the ability to think, to express oneself, to see or hear clearly, to get around, or understand instructions. If you have a child who you think might have a disability requiring special education instruction or significant accommodations at school, or if you know of such a child, please feel free to call the Lynden School District Special Programs Office, (360) 354.2893.
You can access this information through OSPI's website which has extensive resources available to the public about the process districts use to determine eligibility for any child suspected of having a disability: