Welcome to the Lynden School District Special Programs Office.  

The Special Programs office is located at the New Hope Center on 205 S. B.C. Avenue in Lynden.
This site is also the campus for the Community Transitions Program and the Lynden Academy.  
 
The Special Programs office coordinates and provides oversight for many Federal and Special Programs including: 


These programs are located in schools across the district. 
 
 

Announcements

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    Parent to Parent
    Lynden Support Meeting
     
    The Parent to Parent Support Programs provide emotional support and information to families of children with developmental disabilities, delays, and ongoing health care needs.  Services through Parent to Parent are:
     
    • Emotional support for parents of children with disabilities and chronic illnesses.
    • Information and referrals to community resources.
    • Trained Helping Parents whose parenting experiences match yours as closely as possible.
    • Social and recreational events.
    • Current information on disabilities, medical conditions and community resources. 
     
    Date:   
    February 9th at Fisher Elementary from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
     
    Topic:   
    This meeting will focus on Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) Services.  Who should apply, how to apply and why it is important to do it now.
     
    Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) is enrolling eligible families on the Individual and Family Services Plan.  It has been well over ten years since this plan has been open to families.  Families on the plan receive funding for therapies or items needed for your home to support your child.  Leslie Terpstra, with DDA, will be the guest presenter.  
     
    Child Care:   
    Please call Christine at 360.255.2056 by February 4th to pre-register if child care or Spanish interpretive services are needed for you to participate. 
     
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  • Capital Facilities Bond

    April 28th, 2015  
     
    The Lynden School District can expect to see a ballot measure in April, 2015 that addresses urgent needs in the Lynden Middle School and Fisher Elementary School buildings. The $48,000,000 capital facility bond request will address problems of outdated facilities and enhance our children's learning environment and security.
     
    Bonds & Levies | What is the Difference        
     
    School Bonds & Levies and Property Values    
     
     
    Please visit our BOND page and join us at the bond informational meetings.
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