The SAU 41 Student Services Department oversees the students in Hollis and Brookline in grades PreK-12 who are homeless, homeschooled, English language learners, and those who have disabilities and are served under a Section 504 plan or an Individualized Education Program.
We ensure that all students with disabilities receive special education and related services in the least restrictive environment. The highly skilled and talented SAU 41 special education staff consists of special education administrators, special education teachers, paraeducators, reading specialists, occupational therapists, speech/language pathologists, physical therapists, behaviorists, school psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other specialists who provide consistent, quality services to ensure your child makes progress toward his/her IEP goals.
SAU 41 Policy and Procedural Manual
A copy of the SAU 41 Special Education Policy and Procedural Manual, also referred to as the LEA Plan, has been updated and is available for review at the SAU 41 office located at 4 Lund Lane in Hollis. In addition, a copy of the LEA Plan may be found on the web at www.sau41.org under the Special Education link (see below). Public input is greatly appreciated and all input (verbal or written) should be sent to Amy Rowe, SAU 41 Director of Student Services, at 603-324-5999.