North Mason School District conducts regular activities and evaluations to identify children, from birth to age 21, with disabilities. A disability may present itself as a delay in learning, speech or language, motor skills, or social emotional abilities. Once a child is identified as having a disability, they may qualify for services through the district's special education program.
Homeless students or youth, including early childhood aged students, who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence can take part in the District's child find process . For more information please contact the district Homeless Liaison, Thom Worlund, at (360) 277-2111.
Parents or staff that suspect a child of having a disability should contact their child's neighborhood school building school psychologist, counselor, or principal.
North Mason High School (360) 277-2303
Hawkins Middle School (360) 277-2324
Belfair Elementary (360) 277-2233
Sand Hill Elementary (360) 277-2330
Mary E. Theler Early Learning Center (360) 277-2252