All students are making up lost skills very quickly and will be back on track very soon!
Kids are in school and they are so very happy to be here!
Children are happy to be in school
Students made progress during the spring despite the challenges
We've done all of our comp ed meetings and all parents were happy with the resullts! Kids are here and doing well!
The Compensatory Meetings have gone extremely well because parents were satisfied with the quality of our service provision.
Everyone is happy to be back at school. Many parents who chose remote are now willing to bring their child back. Comp ed meetings show parents were happy with services offered and students made progress.
Our initial NWEA scores for our Special Education are up.
Everyone is checking in with each other more often, more collegial support
Yes, we have parents who originally wanted remote instruction now want in-school services.
doyou have audio?
yes there is audio
M Kathleen Courtois
Is this required for OOD students or private providers?
Is there a form or formal way to opt in or out of the DLM? Thank you!
M Kathleen Courtois
What data will you be asking for regarding comp ed
Superintendents were told that it is required for districts to make the SAS available (not required to fully implement).
Can you give us an overview of CARES Act monies going to private schools? Who is eligible, how used etc
I had the same question as Jane- Could you give some clarification on this? Who is eligible for these monies?
Is the service for comp ed detailed in a WPN and parent response sufficient
If we have not heard already about any changes/edits needed, would we assume our Special Ed Aid submissions are all set?
what if we have determined the student needs services, but the amount are TBD? Will you be collecting that type of info?
Will the overall comp ed info that is collected be available to all?
Jill La Vallee
Will you be collecting information about Comp Ed needs outside of the context of requests for CARES Act funding?
Who is the current contact person at the DOE for NHSEIS input issues?
Could you speak a bit to Individualized Remote Learning Plans and NHDOE thoughts on this concept relative to IEPs and national perspective
Terry is on today.
Jeanette Souther - Portsmouth
will comp ed expenses be eligible for submission for sped aid cost? if so, what documentation is necessary for the service agreement?
Any help for resources to get staff and assistant support?
Staff and financial support
Does the commissioner know yet how many dollars may be available for these comp ed services?
How will districts be chosen to receive this money?
Thinking of parent requests for help, parents may still struggle with using various platforms. Perhaps districts could create videos for parents?
Thank you for doing these weekly. They are helpful!
I agree Christiane - very help - and to all, keep up the great work everyone! Great suggestions!
Is last week’s DOE call now posted on the website?
I want to say thank you to all of the districts who have appreciated the "reminders" to check NHSEIS. It was simply a cue to remember to look in there. The eligibility type, may mean missing info, out of date, etc. Again, thank you very much. Terry and I are here to support as always.
Thank you- none of us want your job!!:)
Thank you Becky and to the entire Bureau team!!
It show you are working hard!!
Thank you Becky