Special Education is a continuum of services available to eligible students with disabilities. Guided by the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Minnesota regulations, Bloomington Public Schools ensures all special education students receive a free and appropriate public education. This is guided by the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) development process, which results in a comprehensive plan addressing needs specific to the individual student.
Bloomington Public Schools offers programs and services for students who have met special education eligibility in any of the 13 disability areas identified in Minnesota Rules Chapter 3525. Bloomington's special education department serves approximately 1,300 children ages birth to 21 with a wide range of service delivery models.
Total Special Education (TSES) Manual
1350 West 106th Street
Bloomington, MN 55431
Elementary Sp. Ed. Supervisor
Transition & Secondary Sp. Ed. Supervisor
Early Childhood Sp. Ed. Supervisor
2016-17 Student Services Staff Directory