Special Education


Location of the Hesperia Unified School District Office & Special Services Buildings:

*The HUSD main office is a two-story “glass” building –
*Located At 15576  Main St. –
*Between 9th & 11th Avenues –
*Across the street from Wienerschnitzel
The Special Services Buildings (Building A & Building B) are located to the rear of the complex, behind the main building. (Each building is labeled by a large sign to indicate Buildings A, B & C.
Building A houses the Administrative Offices
for Mr. Fedders and Ms. Elgan
Building B houses student records and provides direct services to parents (such as special ed enrollments, some testing & providing copies of student special ed records.

Parent Information

RECORDS REQUESTS


Schools Requesting Records Must
FAX a written request to: 760-244-6699
Parent/Guardian Requests for Records
Please call before coming & Bring a Valid I.D.
Phone: 244-4411, ext. 7302, 7389 or 7265
 
Parents/Guardians may pick up student records between 7:30 am and 3:30 pm 
at the Hesperia Unified School District Main Office (AESC) located at:
 
15576 Main St.
Hesperia, CA 92345
(Building B)
 

STUDENT REGISTRATION & TRANSFER INFORMATION

Before registering your child at your local school, please stop by the 
Special Services Department to transfer your child’s special education file 
and register for special education services.  If possible, please bring a current
copy of the student’s IEP and psychoeducational report to assist with accurate placement.

Staff Resources

As a member district of the Desert Mountain Special Education Local Plan Area, the Hesperia Unified School District adheres to the policies and procedures set forth by the D/M SELPA.
 
 
 
 

 


Records Requests

FAX 760-244-6699

 
Office Information

Hours
7:30am-4pm
(no registrations after 3pm)
 
Location
15576 Main Street
Hesperia, CA 92345
 
Registration & Records
Annex B
 
Administration
AESC Main Building
 
HUSD Main Phone
760-244-4411
 
Registration & Records 
ext. 7302 or 7265
 
Administration
ext. 7209

Desert Mountain SELPA Resources and Information

The Desert Mountain Special Education Local Plan Area (DM/SELPA) provides legal, programmatic, and training support to Hesperia Unified School District’s Special Education Department.  As a member district of the Desert Mountain SELPA, the District adheres to the policies and procedures set forth by the SELPA.
 
SART Program
Referral for Behavioral Health
CLASS Program
Early Start

Records Requests

FAX 760-244-6699

 
Office Information

Hours
7:30am-4pm
(no registrations after 3pm)
 
Location
15576 Main Street
Hesperia, CA 92345
 
Registration & Records
Annex B
 
Administration
AESC Main Building
 
HUSD Main Phone
760-244-4411
 
Registration & Records 
ext. 7302 or 7265
 
Administration
ext. 7209

Program Information

The Special Services Department has  several District-level special day class programs serving special needs students of Hesperia. Entry into all District special programs must take place through the IEP process.  If you have questions about any program, please contact your child’s school psychologist.

Specialized Academic Instruction

Specialized Academic Instruction (SAI),

 

C.H.A.M.P.S. (Formerly Elementary CAPA) Location: Maple Elementary
Curriculum Helping to Achieve Maximum Potential of Students. This program will continue to serve elementary students with severe cognitive disabilities. The program provides a structured learning environment to address students’ individual and academic behavior needs in an intensive small group setting.
 
Life Skills (Formerly Secondary CAPA) Location: HJH, RMS, HHS, SHS, OHHS
The Life Skills program will continue to serve student in grades 7-12 with severe cognitive abilities. Life Skills provides a functional and academic curriculum to prepare students for life beyond high school. The program focuses on academics as well as living and vocational experiences.
 
A.I.I.M. (Formerly Secondary SUCCESS) Location:HJH, HHS, SHS, OHH, Mojave
Applied Intensive Intervention Model. The AIIM program provides a self-contained, specialized educational and behavioral program focusing on individualized academic and behavior expectations for each student.
 
Foundations Pre-School Location: Lime Street
Foundations is a pre-school language program serving children, ages 3-4 with severe cognitive disabilities. Mesa Autism Location: Mesa Grande
The Mesa Autism Program serves students with Autism who require a highly structured and intensive instructional model in grades K-6.Elementary SUCCESS Location: Lime Street, Hollyvale
A self-contained, specialized educational and behavioral program focusing on individualized academic and behavior expectations for each student in grades K-6.

Moderate/Severe
A self-contained special day class.
Related Services
Related services
Additional Program Options
county, non-public, community day

Chromebooks for Special Education

CHROMEBOOKS- A portable Least Restrictive Environment

Chromebooks are the most common assistive technology (AT) that Hesperia USD students with special needs will use to access curriculum and information. Google Apps and Extensions in the Chrome Web Store provide many supports to students with learning challenges. The following links provide an overview of extension and apps available to support students with special needs.

About these apps/extensions and the Chrome Web Store: Apps/Extensions are always evolving. This is only a suggestion of the assistive technologies available through Google Chrome. Continue to visit the web store, read reviews, and investigate new apps/extensions to assist individual student needs.

Apps Extensions
Apps and Extensions should be enabled based on individual need. Not all students require the support of assistive technology.

Chrome Web Store —Click to View the Chrome Web Store

Voice Recognition– Dictate using Google Chrome. Type with your voice. Dictation turns your Google Chrome into a speech recognition app. Students can use Chrome as a voice recognition app and type long documents and essays without touching the keyboard.

SpeakIt!– Highlight text you want to read and listen to it. SpeakIt converts text into speech so that students can access grade-level text even if they are reading at a lower level.

Calculators– Visit this Google Web Store page to view a variety of calculators from basic to graphing.

Dictionary– Dictionary and Thesaurus Apps and Extensions.

Typing Club– The highest rated free typing practice app in the web store.

Khan Academy– Watch, practice, learn almost anything.

Search the Web Store for apps to support visually impaired (magnifiers color-contrast)

Additional Resources and Links

30 Ways to Use Chromebooks in your classroom– Scroll through this Pages presentation on 30 different ways Chromebooks can be used in your classroom.

Google Pages- Students and teachers can work on the same document at the same time. Peer collaboration and teacher input all within Google Pages

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