A broad continuum of programs and services are available for the students of the Royal Oak School District. Nearly 750 students benefit from these special services. Our program options are designed to meet the individual needs of eligible students from birth through 26.
Emphasis is placed on educating all students in their neighborhood schools to the maximum extent appropriate. However, all decisions about programs and services for students must be based on each student’s individual needs and must be made by an Individualized Educational Planning Team. Parental involvement in the development as well as the implementation of the individualized program is critical.
New From the Office of Special Education- MDE September 2019 Family Matters provides parents and families with information about special education and other resources. They have provided an update for the new school year. Click on the button below to be connected to Family Matters
The Royal Oak High School LINKS Program has a dynamic group of students working together this school year. Their work and learning is is directed by three Royal Oak Staff members: Kelli Bracken-Special Education Teacher, Elizabeth Steinkampf-Social Worker and Kerry Sodonis-Speech Pathologist. Captured below is a snapshot of the Halloween fun enjoyed by all!