Glenwood School District is committed to addressing all children, between the ages of birth to 21, residing in the State, with disabilities who are homeless or are wards of the State. Regardless of the severity of their disability, those in need of special education and related services are identified, located, and evaluated. This includes children with disabilities who reside within or outside the district boundaries and students who attend private schools within the district. If your family is living in a temporary situation, you may contact the district where you are currently staying for a screening. Disabilities can be in any one of several categories that ultimately affect a child’s learning, such as the ability to think, to express oneself, hearing, intellectual functioning, language, learning, movement, serious behavioral needs, speech, or vision to see or hear clearly, to get around, or understand instructions given. If you have a child, whom you think might have a disability requiring special education instruction or significant accommodations at school, or if you know of such a child, please feel free to call the Glenwood School District Office at (509) 364-3438.