any timeline at all on when NHSEIS signatures might be available?
What is we don’t write our IEPs in NHSEIS
Sorry for the typo. What if we don’t write our IEPs in NHSEIS?
Thank you for considering and moving forward with signatures through NHSEIS!
Maybe, not SPED related but we have put a tiered system in place to contact parents. Tier 1- teachers, Tier 2- admin & counselors & 3. Nursing doing physical checks ( not going into homes). Then SROs for those we can’t reach.
I like the two times per week. And just have shorter ones if there is less information.
I would suggest once per week with new information. Perhaps second time just for questions.
I would like to have it as a group 2 times a week so we are on the same page.
Is anyone doing small cohorts?? Not sure why this is the ‘go to’ solution if no one is doing it?
I came in the middle of the last explanation. re you saying we should plan for both and provide it depending on parental choice?
I also like to have it as a group twice a week.
Once a week works for me.
whole group twice
Continue in full group so everyone hears the same message at the same time
I would recommend once a week, Thursdays
Once a week please
whole group twice
I think once a week , whole group would be fine. Thank you for all your updates.
Whole group 2x a week is great!
Kim Di Salvo
1x a week unless you need to talk to us sooner.
Lakes region is meeting
I would like to know who is currently doing in person small cohorts, and also, what providers are “available” that the Commissioner has mentioned repeatedly?
whole group and once per week
I think it is discriminatory to only allow kids with disabilities to engage if there are risks
once a week
Thank you for the updates. I think once a week would work. Either Tuesday or Thursday is fine with me.
a quick survey to the state to find out how many folks are meeting in person with students would be helpful
South Central is meeting
maybe once a week and regional meetings
No small groups, even maintaining 6 feet apart is difficult for many of our students, some are more medically fragile...everything is remote
The problem with students coming in for services is they are the most vulnerable student and if, God forbid one of them got ill we will be I a world of hurt given we won't let the typical kiddos in the building
Thanks- could we get a list sent to all directors once you have it, of the private providers who are available and willing to do in person services?
It is a huge liability.
We would all like that list if you could
would love a survey to see who is doing small groups
We have discussed if some districts are doing face-to-face with students. I thought this is a very difficult situation that should have guidance from the state. Personally, I don't see how it can be allowed. But just my opinion.
Thanks. Thursday it is.
we still have districts writing new IEP's based on remote learning not student needs. how should we respond to this
thank you very much.
What about TS Gold?
Any updates on the CARES Act and monies coming to NH, targeted to special education?
We all have questions on TS Gold!
when TS Gold answers come out, can you make sure we all get that please
thank you Rebecca