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Personalized Education Plans. Newton-Conover City Schools 2013-2014. What is a PEP?. A Personal Education Plan (PEP) is a written plan that identifies interventions provided to individual students who are at risk of academic failure and not progressing toward promotion and graduation .

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Personalized education plans

Personalized Education Plans

Newton-Conover City Schools

2013-2014


What is a pep
What is a PEP?

  • A Personal Education Plan (PEP) is a written plan that identifies interventions provided to individual students who are at risk of academic failure and not progressing toward promotion and graduation .


When are peps developed
When are PEPs developed?

  • Before or by the end of the first quarter

  • Can be developed later in the school year if student performance indicates the need

  • Can work with a student for up to nine weeks before developing a PEP


Which students should have a pep
Which students should have a PEP?

  • Students who have not met or who are not meeting the grade level promotion standards or graduation standards

  • Students who were:

    • promoted with intervention at the end of the school year

    • not promoted to the next grade

    • considered for retention during the third quarter (grades K-8)


How long does a pep last
How long does a PEP last?

  • One year

  • Expires at the end of the school year


School staff is responsible for
School staff is responsible for:

  • Identifying students needing a PEP

  • Developing, implementing, and reviewing the PEP

  • Notifying parents of the PEP

  • Providing a copy of the most current PEP to the parent


Components of a pep
Components of a PEP

  • Basic Student Information – Name, address, grade level, school, etc.

  • Academic Indicators – Assessments, grades, and other performance indicators that staff has used to identify the need for a PEP

  • Specific Areas of Concern: Broad areas of instruction that the student is experiencing difficulty in, such as math, reading, science, or social studies.

  • Common Core standards – Goals that the student needs to master to achieve proficiency.

  • Research Based Interventions - Specific strategies that the teacher is implementing to support the student in attaining proficiency.

  • Monitoring Progress – Specific measures that will be monitored to see if the student is progressing


How can parents help support the pep
How can parents help support the PEP ?

  • Check homework and sign HW agenda/contracts

  • Make sure their child attends school regularly

  • Attend parent/teacher conferences

  • Monitor report cards, interim reports, and other papers that come from school

  • Request conferences to get answers to questions they may have

  • Work with their child at home (read daily, provide educational support through workbooks, educational websites, and extra practice)

  • Be involved in the implementation and ongoing review of the PEP.


Reminders for writing peps
Reminders for Writing PEPs

  • Write specific goals for each individual students.

  • Must set goals based on student’s specific needs.

    • (For example, Jacob can only name 5/26 letters. By the end of the school year, Jacob will name 26/26 letters.)

  • Use data to determine specific goals.

  • Place all previous testing information on the PEP form.

  • Treat the PEP as a fluid document.

    • If you see that your student has mastered an area, then move to a new area of concern. 

  • Meet with parents every nine weeks to review the PEP.

    • Make necessary changes on the PEP quarterly.

    • Ask for parent input.


Intervention resources
Intervention Resources

  • Intervention Central

  • Interventions for cognitive and academic deficits

  • Florida Center for Reading Research


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