About Special Services

  • Individualizing instruction, building skills and reducing barriers to minimize the effects of disabilities.

    The Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) defines Special Education as “specially designed instruction, at no cost to the parents, to meet the unique needs of a child with a disability”.

    Special Education broadly identifies the academic, physical, cognitive and social-emotional instruction offered to children who are faced with one or more disabilities. To learn more about the categories of identified disabilities in which a student may be found eligible for services, click here.

    Brooklyn Center Community Schools has a team of highly qualified special education professionals who strive to ensure that each student with an identified disability is given the specific supports they need to benefit from their education, maximize their success, and achieve their full potential.

  • Contact

    Deirdra Yarbro
    Director of Special Services
    763-450-3386 x4010


    For SPED and 504 records requests and Special Ed Tuition Acknowledgements, please contact

    Krystal Jenson
    Reporting and Compliance Administrative Assistant
    763-450-3386 x4007