Special Day Programs (K-22)

  • On behalf of local school districts, The Marin County Office of Education (MCOE) Special Education Department operates a variety of special day classes (SDC) for students with mild to moderate or extensive support needs, ages 5-22, who have physical, emotional, cognitive, or developmental disabilities.  Over 250 students are served in MCOE classrooms which are located on 20 local school or community college campuses in order to provide students with access to the general education setting and non-disabled peers.  Marin County school districts may refer students to these programs as described in the Marin County SELPA policy and procedures for IEP team referrals to SDC placements. 

  • Programs for Students with Autism

  • Skills Development Academy (SDA)

  • Programs for Students with Extensive Support Needs

  • Adult Transition Programs