- Special Education
The IEP Team comprises parents and/or guardians, a school administrator, a special education teacher, a general education teacher, and other special education staff members as determined by the team. An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a written document that outlines instructional goals and/or benchmarks tailored to the student's educational needs as identified by the IEP team. During the meeting, the parent or guardian will be requested to provide written approval for the IEP. Any changes in the student's educational placement or program necessitate the parent or guardian's signed permission. It's important to note that parents or guardians have the right to revoke their consent for special education services at any time. If a parent chooses to do so, the school district must promptly honor this request, and the student will transition to full-time general education, consequently forfeiting the rights and services associated with special education.