Special Education

The Special Education Programs and Services at Ingham ISD offer a wide range of instructional programs and support services to students with disabilities. We collaborate closely with local school districts, public school academies, and non-public schools to provide comprehensive supports and programs. Our services encompass everything from in-district classroom support to the operation of specialized schools and programs to ensure every student receives the best possible education.

Ingham ISD serves over 6500 students with needs that qualify them for special education. Special education provides these students with specially designed instruction that addresses the unique needs of individuals with disabilities. Special education is provided at no cost to parents and includes the related services a student needs to access educational programs in Ingham County. Early intervention services are provided to children from birth to age 2, and school age children are eligible to receive services from ages 3- 26.


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November 28, 2023
Heartwood School Closed Nov 29 & Nov 30

Heartwood School will be closed on Wednesday, November 29 and Thursday, November 30

November 3, 2023
Letters To Indicate Student Readiness for Advanced Placement Success

Michigan Department of Education Press Release LANSING – Nearly 90,000 letters are being mailed to Michigan parents with high school students to share that children have the potential to be successful in a rigorous Advanced Placement course and to earn college credit while in high school.

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Rhiannon Schindewolf-DeShais
Administrative Assistant
Crystal Cutler
Executive Director, Student Support Services/Special Education