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Special Population: AIG, ESL, EC and Pre-K

Academically Gifted
• All identified AIG students are required to receive gifted services as outlined in their Differentiated Education Plans (DEP) which will be revised to reflect support in the learning environment they are served
• AIG identified students in grades 3-12 will continue to be cluster classes with a teacher who has met the local requirement
• AIG program teachers/consultants in grades 3-8 will provide direct services synchronously and asynchronously a minimum of one hour per week as outlined in the DEP to help support the social/emotional needs of students.


Technology - Middle School Computer LabEnglish Learners
• English as a Second Language (ESL) support services will be scheduled
• ESL teachers will collaborate with school administrators and teachers to identify the most appropriate service delivery format that ensures maximum student support and learning
• Parents of students identified as English Learners (ELs) will receive notification of the ESL service their child will receive once the ESL schedules are finalized

 


Exceptional Children
• Exceptional children will receive services designed to meet their individual needs and address the mandates of their Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs)
• During remote only instruction, EC students will follow the schedule of the school and be provided services following the same time format as the schedule would allow during face-to-face person instruction
• Students at the resource and co-op level would follow the appropriate schedule and separate classes would mirror the school schedule
• Students would receive related services through the virtual platform • If a student is enrolled in virtual learning opportunities, IEP teams will have to convene to discuss options with the parent
• Access to services through the virtual school as an independent platform may not suit every continuum of services


Reading - Pre-K Reading Board BookPre-Kindergarten
• All pre-kindergarten students will attend classes remotely
• Teachers will meet with students daily, virtually or by phone
• Attendance will be taken
• Students will not receive devices but will receive instructional materials and lessons to engage with at home

 


Section 504

  • Students with Section 504 Plans will receive services designed to meet their individual needs and address the mandates of Section 504 legislation.
  • Students with Section 504 Plans are regular ed students. They will follow the schedule of the school.
  • To the extent that it is reasonably possible, the general education teacher will provide the accommodations and services as outlined in the student’s Section 504 Plan. An amendment to the Section 504 Plan will be developed that outlines what accommodations will be provided during remote instruction only.

 

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Published by Angel Hoggard on August 5, 2020
        

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