Special Education 

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Special Education

Whatcom Intergenerational High School’s Special Education program serves students with disabilities from high school through age 21. We offer specialized instruction that serves each of our students according to their needs, strengths and goals.  Our purpose is to support the development of skills, talents and passions so that each student can thrive in their educational path and beyond to reach  their college, community and life long goals. A student may qualify for services in one of the areas as identified by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

The following definitions are from the U.S. Department of Education website.

Getting Started

The district participates in “child find” – awareness and screening activities for the purpose of locating, identifying and evaluating students who are suspected of having disabilities and who may be in need of special education services. A student may also be referred for a special education evaluation by any source, including parents. The referral is to be made in writing and submitted to the Special Education Coordinator.


Kesia Micheletti, Special Education Coordinator/Teacher

(360) 543-8292

Erum Mohiuddin, DOO & Acting Principal, 504 Coordinator

(360) 543-8289