About the Office of Student Support Services
Stafford County Public Schools Office of Special Education & Student Services is a fundamental part of the school division as we provide highly specialized programs, services, and supports to our students, faculty, and families. Our office is comprised of Early Childhood Special Education, K-12 Special Education and Related Services, Instructional, Behavioral & Emotional Support, Section 504, Counseling Programs, social workers, attendance services, school psychologists, fostering connections, McKinney-Vento, homebound/homebased services, and Health Services.
Stafford County Public Schools engages in a public awareness campaign in to identify children or youth who may be suspected of having a developmental delay or a disability. This includes students enrolled in private schools, who are home-schooled, who are highly mobile, migrant, or homeless, or who will be incarcerated in a regional or local jail for more than ten days. Referrals for special education can be made by anyone concerned with a child's educational performance including a parent, teacher, community agency, or school official. Please contact the Child Find Office at 540-899-6000 or the Department of Student Services at 540-658-6500.
The Myers Drive Respite Care Group Home is a local respite program for adults (18+) with an intellectual disability.
Dr. Ann M. Bueche
Chief Student Support Services Officer
📞 (540) 658-6000