Student Support Services
Special Education, English Learners and Intervention services will be included in the learning minutes for the day. General Education teachers are responsible for providing modifications and accommodations as outlined in a student’s IEP/504 or unique learning plan. Please work with Special Education case managers for IEP-related questions, Social Workers/Counselors for 504-related questions and English Learner teachers to appropriately accommodate students who receive services.
Staff and/or student schedules may be redesigned to provide access to individualized learning to meet IEP and 504 plans and to maintain health and safety guidelines.
Students receiving special services, such as Special Education students, multilingual learners, and speech, reading and math support, may have more days in classrooms than the basic Hybrid schedule outlines. And we will be looking for opportunities to increase face-to-face time for other students as needs become evident. These details will be determined by student planning teams.
Students receiving Special Education services may be in need of additional in-person or online services based on IEP needs. The following data will be reviewed to determine if additional support is needed:
- IEP goals and objectives
- Related Service needs
- Federal Setting
- Positive Behavior Support plans
- Progress on IEP goals and objectives during Distance Learning in the 2019-20 school year.
Any changes in Special Education services will be determined by the IEP team.
The district will follow the Guidance for Delivering Direct Student Support Service regarding staff protective equipment for all students who need personal and/or medical care.
Regardless of the learning model, English Learners will continue to receive language development services. Service and support will be personalized based on individual students’ English language proficiency. General education teachers and English Language teachers will collaborate to ensure equal access to grade-level standards.