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Students may receive any combination of services, based upon their unique needs as outlined in their Individualized Education Program (IEP), including: Speech and Language, Learning Center, Special Day Classes, Adapted Physical Education, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Counseling Support, Behavioral Support, and other services.


Search and Serve/Child Find

If you are concerned that your child may have a disability, please contact your school of residence.


Extended School Year (ESY)

ESY is offered to eligible students through the IEP process.

Private School

LESD works under a Private School Memo of Understanding with other districts in the area.  This agreement explains roles for each district when it comes to assessing and serving students who attend private school in Lawndale or who live in Lawndale and attend private school outside of Lawndale.  Generally, the district in which the private school is located is responsible for assessment and to conduct an IEP to review eligibility.  If the student is eligible, the district in which the student resides will make an offer of placement and services.  If the parent chooses to decline the offer, a private school service plan will be developed by the district in which the private school is located.

Private School Letter