Emotional Behavior Disorders

What is EBD?
There are students in the school system that have qualified for Special Education services because they have met the state criteria for Emotional or Behavioral Disorders (EBD). These students' behavior and/or emotional problems have been determined, through assessments, to interfere with their education and/or the education of their peers.

How can the EBD program help the student?
The EBD program can help the student by providing an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). This plan addresses the student's current level of educational performance, behavioral and emotional needs, any related services to be provided to the student, and the extent to which the student will be able to participate in the regular education programs.

Where you can go to get more information:

Minnesota Special Education/Children, Families & Learning

For more information about AHS EBD program, contact:
Rose Mattson
(320) 274-8208 ext. 3205
rmattson@isd876.org