Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services
Quarantine Update – January 18th, 2022
Remote Access to Learning Update – January 20, 2022
COVID-19 Student-Athlete Return to Participation Guidelines
When students with an IEP are placed in quarantine, the expectations are below.
1. Special Education teachers will reach out to parents to determine what special education services will be provided, and to create a schedule of how those services will be provided during quarantine time. Teachers may email materials/resources to students and/or parents and provide guidance on those through google meet. If a child is quarantined and the next day of school is a PLT day/non-school day, the staff would need an additional day to get organized to provide instruction on the next full day of school.
2. If there is no temporary plan in place on their IEP, the Special Education Teacher will need to draft a temporary plan and amendment. The temporary plan and amendment will be reviewed with the IEP team including the parent. The expectation should be that the student will continue to access the general education classroom in the same manner as their peers without an IEP.
Parents are within their rights to decline the proposed offer of special education services during the quarantine period. The school is ready, willing, and able to provide FAPE to the student.
*If a child with an IEP is quarantined individually and there is a technology need that prohibits the student from accessing the general education setting, please reach out to your building secretary or building technology support.
*If the student does not feel well enough to participate in/receive services, parents would need to report them absent to the building they normally attend.