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We’re Building a Better World, One Student at a Time!
Announcements
Special Education Department

                        STREATOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

DISTRICT #44

Special Education Office

1520 N. Bloomington Street, Streator, IL 61364-1312

Telephone (815) 672-2926 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (815) 672-2926      end_of_the_skype_highlighting ext. 6

 

General Agenda for IEP Meetings

1. Introductions

 

2. The Student’s Special Education Case Manager goes over the purpose of 

 the meeting.

 

3. All participants sign in indicating their attendance.

 

4. Review the student’s current performance.

a. current goals and objectives (Case Manager reports on

   progress)

b. parents, teachers, and student (if appropriate) give input on 

  grades, skills, and classroom performance

c. all discuss program and placement

 

5. Parent provides their vision for their child’s future (A brief statement

 about goals they would like their child to reach, usually looking a year or

 two ahead).

 

6. All discuss and determine special education goals and placement which

 includes: minutes of special education support, general education

 activities, and related services for the next 12 months.

  a. discuss the need for accommodations or modifications.

b. discuss the utilization of any assistive technology.

c. discuss the need for any special transportation.

 

7. (As needed) Case Manager reviews the State’s ISAT assessment, district

 yearly assessment, Transition plan (age 14-1/2 and up), extended school

 year services, medical information, demographic data, and Behavioral

 Intervention Plan.

 

8. Offer a copy/discussion of Parent’s Rights (Illinois State Rules &

 Regulations) and the district’s discipline policies/ procedures.  Complete

 and explain additionally required forms.

 

9. Seek parent’s signature on IEP, which indicates that parents have been

 informed of their Special Education Rights (#8 above) and that the IEP

 takes effect the next school day.  The lack of a parent signature indicates

 that the IEP will start in 10 school days.

 

Common Questions to be addressed:

 

What skills will my child be working on?  How do my child’s skill levels compare to grade level peers?

 

What will my child’s schedule look like? (Minutes of service, placement, teachers)

 

Will my child be getting any help in the general education classrooms? (Accommodations, modifications, co-teaching, teaching assistants)

 

What are the things impacting my child’s performance? (Peers, home/community, motivation, frustration, or ongoing concerns, e.g. anxiety, attending skills, anger/sadness, impulsivity, attendance)


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