Special Education

The Merton Community School District provides a continuum of services for those students who qualify for special education and related services. Each student who is found to be eligible for special education services has an individual education plan (IEP) developed that specifies the services that will be provided to the student to meet his/her needs. The IEP is developed by an IEP team which includes parents as well as school professionals who work together to develop a plan that meets the unique needs of the student.

If you would like additional information about special education programming at Merton Schools please contact Lori Viola-Larsen, Director of Special Education/School Psychologist at 262-538-2227 or

Special Education Staff

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Parent Resources

  • Accessing Progress Reports
    • Information on how to access IEP progress reports thru Skyward. Progress reports are provided at the same time as report cards
  • Parents United
    • Parents United is a non-profit consortium of 24 special education departments that have joined to provide an educational community service. A number of free daytime and evening educational programs are offered throughout the school year. Brochures are available in both school offices, and information on upcoming programs is included in the school newsletters.
  • Special Education in Plain Language
    • A user friendly handbook on special education laws, policies, and practices in Wisconsin.

Annual Notices

Last Updated: 1/19/17