Brookfield Special Services and Programs

The Brookfield R-III School District strives to provide a broad range of support services to ensure that all children have access to a quality educational program that meets their unique instructional needs.  In order to accomplish that goal, the Special Services department provides staff, resources and supports through the following programs:

  • Special Education (serving students with disabilities ages 3-21)
  • Title I Reading (Elementary grades K-4)
  • Title I Preschool (4-year-old program)
  • Parents as Teachers (children birth to age 5)
  • Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (grades K-12)
  • Health Services/Health Accommodation Plans (grades PreK-12)
  • English Language Learners (grades PreK-12)
  • Programs for Homeless and Migrant Children (grades PreK-12)

If you have any questions regarding the programs available within the district, or feel that your child may be eligible to receive support services, please contact the Special Services Office at 660-258-2159.


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