April 19, 2022
Good evening, and welcome back from what we hope was a restful and fun Spring Break Week! This week we are looking forward to SEPTA’s April meeting on Thursday evening featuring Justine Ruotuolo. Details and registration information is below in our Events section.
IEP/ISP Progress Updates
As yesterday was a grade preparation day, the Office of Special Education wanted to share details on how parents can access progress on student Individualized Education Program (IEP) and Individualized Services Plans (ISP) goals and objectives once they are posted. Progress on IEP/ISP goals and objectives are provided along with regularly scheduled student progress reports.
The key listed below delineates how progress is measured on the IEP/ISP toward attainment of each annual goal and objective identified in the IEP/ISP.
|Insufficient Progress demonstrated to meet this annual goal and annual goal may not be achieved within duration of IEP/ISP
|Not yet introduced
|Previously documented performance not yet demonstrated
|Progress not yet demonstrated
The IEP Progress report can be found in ParentVue.
If you have any questions related to identified goal and/or objective progress, and/or if you would like a hard copy, please contact your child’s case carrier.
- WAZE to Adulthood
PEATC has a new transition newsletter. Check out WAZE to Adulthood here: https://peatc.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/WAZE-to-Adulthood-Newsletter-April-2022.pdf
- PurpleUpVA: April is the Month of the Military Child
April is the Month of the Military Child, providing an opportunity to recognize and honor the service of Virginia’s youngest heroes, over 80,000 military connected children.
Review PurpleUpVA & Month of the Military Child Resources
- 2022 OCALI Online Conference – Free Registration
For two weeks only, you can register to attend OCALICONLINE 2022 for free. You just have to register between April 18-30. Held conveniently online November 15-18, 2022, free registration includes access to both the live event and on-demand. The conference features breakout and networking sessions by state and national leaders and experts on important topics and issues across the lifespan. Join colleagues and peers from Ohio, across the U.S., and around the world to learn, connect, and share research, best practices, and resources to support the needs of all learners and lifelong challenges and opportunities for people with disabilities. Welcome to the community. There’s a place for you here. And you can have your very own FREE front row seat! To learn more visit ocalicon.org.
Please visit the Parent Resource Center Events page at aps2016.apsva.us/prc-events for upcoming events.