Wayland Union Schools is committed to providing appropriate special education programs and services, offered in the least restrictive environment and based on individual student needs. The Individualized Educational Planning Team makes decisions regarding the appropriate programs and services provided to qualified students. A broad continuum of services is offered within the district from preschool through post high school. Students requiring services not offered within the local district are provided through the Allegan Area Educational Service Agency (AAESA).
WUS offers programs for learning disabled, emotionally impaired, mild and moderately cognitive impaired students, as well as children with early childhood developmental delay. The district also serves students with autistic spectrum disorder concerns; health impaired students, and students with physical impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment in addition to students with speech and language impairment. The district employs school psychologists, school social workers, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, as well as teacher consultants.
The goal of the special education programs and services provided within Wayland Union Schools is to assist any student with a disability in their efforts to achieve the most meaningful and productive educational experience possible.
Wayland Union Schools
Special Education Services
851 Wildcat Drive
Wayland, MI 49348