MSD Warren Township offers a free, appropriate, public education for all students in the least restrictive environment. In MSD Warren we strongly believe that all students with disabilities benefit socially and academically through inclusion with typically developing peers. The case conference committee uses various data sources to make programming decisions that ensure learners are in the general education setting to the maximum extent that is appropriate.


MSD Warren Township recognizes the varying level of needs and supports for students with disabilities across the district. Warren provides a full continuum of services to address student needs. The case conference committee makes all decisions regarding placement and programming.


If a student qualifies for special education services, MSD Warren provides educational services to students eligible under IDEA and Indiana Article 7 rules for the thirteen eligibility areas outlined in Article 7. If there are concerns related to behavioral or academic performance of a student, a request for an educational evaluation may be appropriate.

If you have concerns and would like to request an educational evaluation, please contact the following personnel to gain more information and make your request.

  • Age 3-5, and not yet enrolled in kindergarten please contact the School Psychologist at the Warren Early Childhood Center 317-869-4750.

  • If your child is currently attending a MSD of Warren Township school please contact the assistant principal or counselor at your child’s building.

  • If you currently reside in MSD Warren Township and home school your child, or your child attends a non-public school that is in MSD Warren contact the Assistant Director of Exceptional Learners at 317-869-4404.

  • Child Find

As the parent of a child who has or may have a disability, you have certain rights (also called procedural safeguards) under federal and state laws. These are listed on Notice of Procedural Safeguards and Parent Rights in The following links are for the Notice of Procedural Safeguards and Parent Rights, as well as a parent guide IDOE put together called Navigating the Course.