Who can see your viewing activity?
If a parent selects Remote only, and there are services listed in the IEP that can't be provided in a remote setting and they don't want to come into the buildings, do we change the IEP
Why are we responsible for services parents essentially decline?
If a parent withdraws a child from school, enrolls full time in VLACS - then the student is considered withdrawn, and would receive no special ed services?
Good second part of your question Marcia
We've offered the services, why are we responsible for making up services they decline?
Was there any clarification on the Ledger article in regards to Speech therapy being a co-curricular activity and being provided to homeschooled students?
How is it the districts responsible to supply services if a parent refuses to supply the student?
So a parent would have to refuse special education, if that's their intent, even when in full time charter?
A family can withdraw to be homeschooled and then enroll in VLACS as their homeschool curriculum. Are we then responsible for special ed?
If they notify us that they are homeschooling, then we are not responsible for services. How would we know if they enrolled their child in VLACS full time?
For prek and K students, if parents want to homeschool do we just withdraw them as education isn’t required until 6 years old
If enrolled in FT in VLACS but we are responsible for services, who is getting adequacy funding?
So if a parent does not bring a student to school and we offer services wouldn’t that count as refusal. That would allow us to amend IEP services based on the model the parent choices.
Could you give us a recap of the SAC meeting?
Still here but video is odd
WE ARE HERE!
We hear you
Could you send your handout from today before posting recording? I had a tech glitch too. Thx
Many thanks Becky
My concern is that compensatory services are supposed to be based on what the district denies, not what the parent chooses. If district’s offer a full range of services they have not denied anything. This continues to drag out decisions and does not allow us to move forward. Additionally it is very har to determine needs of a student if they are not present.
If my Prek was 2.5 hours and now we are only 2 hrs do we need change all the IPE
Similar question applies to a typical school day of 5.5 hours, if the school has shortened to 5 hours