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Special Education


Annual Review/Reevaluation

How can we be sure my child’s program is meeting his or her needs?

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At least once a year, you and other members of the Committee will review your child’s IEP. You may request a meeting sooner than that. Together, you will make decisions about any necessary changes to your child’s program. This is called an annual review.

At least once every three years, your school district will reevaluate your child. This is called a reevaluation (formerly called the triennial evaluation). A reevaluation may also occur if conditions warrant one (for example, when a functional behavioral assessment is needed as a result of disciplinary action) or if either you or your child’s teacher requests a reevaluation. If additional data are needed as part of this reevaluation, your school district will ask your written consent prior to conducting these tests. A reevaluation must be sufficient to determine your child’s individual needs, educational progress and achievement, your child’s ability to participate in regular education classes as well as your child’s continuing eligibility for special education services.

Contacts
+ Munn, Dale
+ Shelmidine, Brenda
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