Special Education Services
The Coopersville Area Public Schools offers a full range of support services for students designed to meet the individual needs of eligible students with disabilities. While emphasis is placed on educating all students in integrated settings to the maximum extent appropriate, placement decisions must be based on individual student needs and desired outcomes. The Individual Educational Planning (IEP) process guides these decisions and parent involvement is an integral part of programming.
Parental Notification for Medicaid Billing
Student Information Form
Child Find Resources
Programs and Services Available
Commonly Asked Questions
Michigan Criteria for Determining a Specific Learning Disability
Coopersville Model - Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses Process
The Transition Services Center
Free Autism Items
504 Plan Manual
Transition Tool Kit
Feature on Val Wieten
Medicaid & Mental Health Rights
Autism Family Network
Down Syndrome Association of West Michigan
December 15, 2017
LANSING – The Michigan Special Education Mediation Program (MSEMP) has a new toll-free, statewide phone number: 833-KIDS1ST or 833-543-7178.
The new number will connect callers to a new Intake Coordinator at the Michigan Department of Education. MSEMP’s new intake coordinator will conduct intake on requests for mediation, or facilitated special education meetings, and provide information about the dispute resolution options available to the Michigan special education community.