• Student Support Services

    Edina Public Schools provides a comprehensive program for students with disabilities. Services are provided to students who range in age from birth through age 21. Most students receive services in their neighborhood school and when possible in their regular class setting.

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Student Support Services Staff

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  • All
  • Administration
  • Assistive Technology
  • ECSE
  • English Learners
  • Health Services
  • MTSS/RtI
  • Physical Therapy
  • Program/Area Specialist
  • School Psychologist
  • Speech/Language
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  • Calvin Christian
  • Chesterton
  • Concord Elementary
  • Cornelia Elementary
  • Countryside Elementary
  • Creek Valley Elementary
  • District Office
  • Early Learning Center
  • Edina High School
  • Golden Years 4-6y
  • Highlands Elementary
  • Normandale Elementary
  • Our Lady of Grace
  • South View
  • Valley View
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  • English Learners

    The Edina School District offers an educational program to meet the needs of students who are English Language Learners in grades K-12. This program addresses two areas: language acquisition and cultural adjustment.

English Learners
  • Section 504

    Section 504 allows for accomodations and modifications within regular education for students diagnosed with a medical condition, but not identified as disabled by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Section 504
  • Health Services

    Edina Schools Health Services serves:

    • All Edina Public Schools
    • Non-Public Schools in the Edina area
    • Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)
Health Services
Special Education
  • Social Work

    The role of the School Social Worker is to assist students, staff and parents with a variety of home or school issues that affect a students performance at school. Social Workers also connect families with community and county resources.

Social Work
  • Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)

    MTSS, also known as Response to Intervention (RtI) enables teachers to diagnose a student’s entry level in specific content, prescribe an intervention that will advance the student’s progress, and assess the degree to which the intervention worked.

MTSS