The Yuma Union High School District offers a full continuum of services for students in grades 9-12, living in the district, who qualify for special education. We provide special education services based on the needs of each individual student.
Public Notice of Destruction of Special Education Records
The Yuma Union High School District would like to inform all parents of students and former students who have been in special education programs of the destruction of records from August 22, 2014-July 30, 2016. Destruction of records will take place 4 weeks after notice date.
The maintenance of records is only required for four years after which all special education data and information regarding students who have withdrawn, transferred, or graduated from the district will be destroyed. Included in this process are the records that are more than four years old of students no longer attending special education programs. Parents and/or students who have reached the age of 18 have the right to review the records and obtain copies of information needed. To schedule an appointment for retrieval of records, please call Patty Rosales at (928) 502-6780.
Yuma Union High School District offers screening to locate, identify, and evaluate all children who may have a disability as part of its child find efforts. If you are a parent/guardian of a student who is currently homeschooled or privately placed who has a disability or that you suspect may have difficulty with learning, communication, vision, hearing, behavior, or motor control and coordination, please contact the special education department of Yuma Union High School District at (928) 502-6752 for further information.