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Referral Process and Programs

Referral Process
School personnel have a responsibility to identify children who have exceptional needs and refer them for assessment. Teachers and parents are encouraged to join in the identification and referral to the local school staff for assessment. Parents questioning their child's progress, either developmentally or academically, should first request a conference with the teacher. After this conference the parent and teacher may decide to bring the child to the attention of the Student Study Team.


Student Study Team
The Student Study Team (SST) is a school site team which reviews an individual student's strengths and areas of concern. The SST is a function of the general education system and can assist any student. The SST plans strategies and organizes resources for readdressing problems and concerns about a student. The SST may suggest interventions to the student's program and/or refer the student for a special education assessment.


A referral to Special Education may be made by a teacher, staff member or parent involved with a student's educational growth. Service may be provided for children from birth to age twenty-one. Teachers and parents are encouraged to use the SST process as an early step when they have a concern.  The referral indicates the suspected area(s) of disability, provides school history and documents the interventions that have been tried and proven unsuccessful prior to making a referral. Receipt by the school of the request of assessment officially begins the special education time line. An assessment plan will be developed and the family contacted within fifteen (15) days. The parent/guardian has fifteen (15) calendar days from the date of receiving the Assessment Plan to consent to the plan and return it to the school staff.



Procedural Safeguards/Parent's Rights

Request for Special Ed Records

Click here to request your child's special education files.  You may submit your request via email to Jenny Olden at  You may also send it in the US mail to 699 Old Orchard Dr, Danville, CA; via fax to 925-820-5277 or drop it off at the District office at the address above Portable D.

SRVUSD Parent Handbook

The SRVUSD Parent Handbook was created to help parents navigate through the Special Education process, answer questions you might have and to offer some resources for families.


Click here to view the handbook.

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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