Fall 2020

School Year Guidance

Special Education

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Contents

Contents

Legal Requirement

General Guidance

Meeting IEP Service Recommendations

Special Education Services Face-to-Face

Related Services Face-to-Face

Provision of Resource, Co-Teach, and Inclusion Services

Documentation of Services in the IEP

Lack of Progress Guidance

Times of Closure

Exposure Prevention Strategies

Instructional & Related Services

Emergency Closure Kits

Guidelines for Community-Based Instruction

Guidelines for Work-Based Learning in the Community Setting

PLEASE NOTE: The details in this document are subject to change as directives are provided by governing authorities and/or health officials or as environmental conditions change.

Legal Requirement

Frisco ISD will ensure that students with disabilities have access to a free and appropriate public education (FAPE). We will ensure that, to the greatest extent possible, each student with a disability can be provided the special education and related services identified in the student's individualized education program (IEP).

General Guidance

Meeting IEP Service Recommendations

Special Education Services Face-to-Face

Related Services Face-to-Face

Provision of Resource, Co-Teach, and Inclusion Services

Documentation of Services in the IEP

Lack of Progress Guidance

Times of Closure

Upon notice that a campus is closed:

Exposure Prevention Strategies

Special education services are oftentimes delivered in a small group setting with hands-on support. Special education teachers and service providers will take care to reduce any unintentional exposure by:

Instructional & Related Services

Service providers should:

Emergency Closure Kits

Guidelines for Community-Based Instruction

Guidelines for Work-Based Learning in the Community Setting

Frisco ISD School Year Guidance • Special Education • Updated 06/28/20