Our mission is to produce easy to use, reliable, powerful education software.

Since 1993 SpEd Forms has been making it  easier for educators to manage paperwork requirements and for administrators to have up-to-the-minute data at their fingertips while reducing costs. We understand the only effective way to grow our business is to ensure our customers receive the best possible service and value for their money.


At SpEd Forms we know change is constant. That’s why we are always looking for and finding ways to make SpEd Forms better by incorporating suggestions from school districts and improvements made possible by new technologies. We respond quickly when changes need to be made because of legal or compliance-related issues. We pride ourselves on our comprehensive approach to your information management needs.

Advisory committees

We’re always improving our software to make your job easier, and our Advisory Committees help us do just that. Members work in districts across the state and use their first-hand experience using SpEd Forms software to provide us with essential insights from the user perspective. In addition, they review support requests from customers to determine if we can make changes based on need, legality, and state-wide application– always keeping in mind limiting the amount of paperwork for teachers.


  • Brian Yuretich, Hibbing School District
  • David Thomas, White Bear Lake School District
  • Jackie Budden, Marshall Public Schools
  • Judy Doran, Eden Prairie School District
  • Kori Ryan, INDIGO Education
  • Krystal DeGraw, Richfield Public School District
  • Melanie Kray, Southwest Metro Intermediate District
  • Micki Breitsprecher, Fillmore Central Schools
  • Nicole Woodward, St. Croix River Education District
  • Pat Sullivan, Moorhead School District
  • Sarah Mittelstadt, Southern Plains Education Cooperative
  • Scott Masten, Lake Agassiz Education Cooperative
  • Terri Cairns, Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan ISD 196
  • Tiffany Litman, Area Special Education Cooperative
  • Diane McCarron, SpEd Forms
  • Lisa Backer, SpEd Forms


  • Amy Boelk, Central Sands High School
  • Becky Hanestad, Boyceville School District
  • Dena Hagen, Superior School District
  • Ericka Hutton-Parker, Superior School District
  • Jeremy Ault, Escuela Verde School
  • Sandy Strand, Prescott School District
  • Andrea Lucas, SpEd Forms
  • Diane McCarron, SpEd Forms


  • Amber Schultz, Anoka-Hennepin Public School District
  • Amy Walkdspurger, New Prague Area Schools
  • Cheryl Johnson, Goodhue County Education District
  • Erin Lavery, INDIGO Education
  • Julie Austinson, Rochester Public Schools
  • Stephanie Bentley, SouthWest Metro Intermediate District
  • Jennifer Lecy, St. Cloud Area School District
  • Diane McCarron, SpEd Forms


  • Amy Bean, Grand Rapids Public School
  • Dellynne Monson, SWWC Service Cooperative
  • Emma Christenson, Fergus Falls Area Special Education Cooperative
  • Heather Murphy, North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale
  • Karen Stay, St. Cloud Area School District
  • Kari Saarloos, Anoka-Hennepin School District
  • Marilyn Hellweg, SouthWest Metro Intermediate District
  • Miriam Wagar, Bemidji Area Schools
  • Tara Goebel, South Washington County Schools
  • Tracy Helms, Waseca Public Schools
  • Trisha Christopherson, Rochester Public Schools
  • Wanda Lane, Brainerd Schools District
  • Kelly Rustad, SpEd Forms
  • Tonia Czech, SpEd Forms