Non-Disabled Students Being Served by Special Education Teachers

Non-Disabled Students Being Served by Special Education Teachers

Special education teachers are employed to provide services to disabled students. In some instances there are cases when non-disabled students can be served by a special education teacher without creating any interruption or decrease in the delivery of services to disabled students.

No special education teacher is allowed to provide services to any non-disabled child unless there is written directive by the building principal and special education director. Each case involving a non-disabled student being provided services by a special education teacher must be handled separately.

It is the responsibility of the special education teacher to inform the parent that disabled students have first priority in receiving these services and that there could therefore be scheduled changes involving their child’s services.

School closed Friday, 2/3/23

School closed Friday, 2/3/23

The weather forecast for Friday and Saturday features atypical, concerning cold weather.  As you know, our district features a mix of modes of student commute to school, and a robust slate of co-curricular activities which are scheduled throughout the coming days.

Given the dangerous temperatures which are predicted, school on Friday, February 3rd, 2023 is cancelled, and an emergency closure day will be used.

Typically, when such emergency closures are made, co-curricular activities are similarly-cancelled.  For the most part, this will still be the case, but certain pre-arranged co-curricular activities will be allowed to proceed, so long as additional layers of safety/student protection are applied.  These considerations have been addressed with the Advisors.  So, unless students and parents receive a different communication from the Coach/Advisor, co-curricular activities are also cancelled tomorrow evening (February 3rd), and on Saturday, February 4th.

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