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Support Services Office Staff

Ward Lunneborg, Director

Title IX Coordinator

Pat Gayles, Secretary

Janet Flores, Community Liaison

Lisa Shaaban, Workers’ Compensation / Safety Technician

Alma Rodriguez, Save the Children Early Steps to School Success

Health Services

Bonnie Shook


Michelle J. Anaya-Arteaga

Daisy Alvarez

Jesus Contreras

Susan Lundin

Steven Miller

Jill Tapia


Special Education Services

Section 504

Ward Lunneborg

Section 504 Compliance Coordinator

Title IX Coordinator

Phone: (661) 944-2372



Board Policies

504 Board Policy

504 AR 6164.6-1 updated 8-28-18.pdf


Support Services Office

Our Mission:

The mission of the Keppel Support Services Office is to provide information and support to meet the ever changing needs of our students, parents, staff, and community.


The Keppel Support Services Office (SSO) provides a full range of services to “at risk” and “special needs” students.  The Support Services Office provides direct services and support at every school site and houses all the student records for special education.


The SSO provides services and programs that include preschool, special education, and alternative education.  We support and serve students and families through a wide range of educational professionals, including: psychologists, speech and language pathologist, adaptive p.e., assistive technology, occupational therapist, district nurse, and school counselors.


SSO also provides information regarding:


  •   Alternative Education - Desert View School
  •   Caregiver Forms                                                  
  •   Discipline  
  •   ELAC / DELAC                        
  •   Foster Youth
  •   Home and Hospital 
  •   Homeless Liaison
  •   504s
  •   Inter/Intra Transfers
  •   Schools Attendance Review Board
  •   Student Attendance, Abolish Chronic Truancy program
  •   Student Expulsions
  •   Positive Behavior Intervention Supports - PBIS
  •   Parent Volunteer Program             

Keppel Union Saturday School

Congratulations to all 6 of our Keppel Schools!  We were able to serve approximately 4,000 Keppel students during the 2017-2018 school year.  Students that attended Saturday School during the year were able to participate in Art, Robotics, P.E., Science, Math, Computer, and many more fun classes throughout the year.  A special Thank You to the Keppel Union teaching staff members that provided instruction during these fun-filled Saturdays for our students.



Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) is a process for creating safer and more effective Schools.  The process focuses on improving a school's ability to teach and support positive behavior for all students.  PBIS includes school-wide procedures and processes intended for all students and all staff in all settings.

 35118 – 82nd Street East
 Littlerock, CA  93543
 661-944-2372  Fax 661-944-3175 
 Office Hours 
 8:00AM - 4:00PM 

Email: Ward Lunneborg