Student Services

Special Education Page

Community Resource List: a list of local community resources for common challenges families may encounter with food security, housing instability, mental health needs, and accessing community based resources.

McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act ensures homeless children and youth have equal access to the same free and appropriate public education as provided to other children and youths.

Students and families experiencing housing instability or who feel they meet the definition of homelessness should contact our homelessness liason.


Student Supports

All students at IACS are supported with their academic studies by receive support from their teachers.  These supports can range from instructional practices, to curricular design, to ways of assessing student learning.  To see the many ways in which all students receive support, we encourage you to review our District Curriculum Accommodation Plan (DCAP).

In addition to these general supports, students with diverse learning needs are supported with plans that are individualized.  The information and resources below describe these specialized supports. 

IACS Special Education Handbook

  • Special Education
    Families of students with IEPs who are transitioning to IACS should contact Aimee Voleti to discuss the transition process.  Families seeking an initial evaluation for their child should also contact Aimee Voleti. See more here.


  • Section 504

    504 plans provide accommodations for students with disabilities.  Students or families with questions about 504 plans should contact the Assistant Director of Student Services & Section 504 Coordinator,  Jennifer Bergeron.

  • Multilingual Leaners

    Students who are identified at registration as coming from a family that speaks a language other than English are screened to determine their English language proficiency. Students identified as Multilingual Learners are with provided with Multilingual Language Learning (MLL) services through both small group instruction and Sheltered English Immersion support. 

    Families requiring translation of written materials or interpretation at meetings should complete the Translation Request form and return it to the main office.