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Transitioning to iMiddle in 2014-2015 for students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). How is Middle School different from Elementary School?. General Education Classes with teachers skilled in instructional technology and differentiating instruction

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Transitioning to imiddle in 2014 2015 for students with individualized education programs ieps

Transitioning to iMiddlein 2014-2015for students withIndividualized Education Programs (IEPs)


How is middle school different from elementary school

How is Middle School different from Elementary School?


What services are available at imiddle

General Education Classes with teachers skilled in instructional technology and differentiating instruction

General Education Classes with a Special Education staff member for students who require personal support

General Education Support Classes for students needing additional instruction

Advisory Classes that focus on character development and organizational skills

Study Skills Classes for targeted instruction in organizational and learning strategies

What services are available at iMiddle?


What services are available at imiddle cont

Applied Classes for students who cannot participate in general education all day

Modifications and accommodations as needed

Related Services such as SLP, OT, PT, APE, Counseling, and Mental Health

Lunchtime and after-school tutoring

What services are available at iMiddle?(cont.)


What will my child s schedule look like most days

What will my child’s schedule look like most days?

8:00-8:55 Period 1

8:59-9:54 Period 2

9:58-10:53 Period 3

10:57-11:52 Period 4

11:56-12:24 Advisory

12:29-12:58 Lunch

1:02-1:57 Period 5

2:01-2:56 Period 6

Wednesday is minimum day

8:00 – 1:14


Other special education faqs

Other Special Education FAQs


Other special education faqs cont

Other Special Education FAQs(cont.)


Other special education faqs cont1

Other Special Education FAQs(cont.)


How do i make sure my child receives the right services

Check your child’s current IEP to answer these questions:

Does the first page of the IEP include all appropriate services?

Do the “Present Levels of Performance” pages accurately reflect the academic, behavioral, social, and emotional strengths and challenges of my child?

Does the “Special Factors” section accurately reflect the location of the services and how those services should be provided?

Does my child have goals that address each of his/her needs?

If you do not hear from your child’s case manager by the end of

the first week of school, call the school. Be sure the school has valid contact information for you (emails are very helpful).

Review your child’s IEP, class schedule, and supports

with his/her case manager.

How do I make sure my child receives the right services?


How can i help my child succeed at imiddle

How can I help my child succeed at iMiddle?

  • Make sure that your child has a all the supplies they will need throughout the school year.

  • As the year progresses, get to know all of your child’s teachers, and don’t hesitate to contact them if your gut tells you a problem is percolating.

  • Help your child be a self-advocate. Encourage him/her to discuss problems and solutions with teachers, but be ready to step in and help as needed.

  • Check Power School on a regular basis for any missing work and to verify grades.

  • Help your child manage stress by making sure he/she eats right, exercises regularly, and gets enough sleep.

  • Attend school programs and special events, student showcases, athletic events, and parent/teacher conferences to send a message that you think school is important.


Questions

Questions

Chantal Welch (Room 12; Ext. 4012)

Lead Education Specialist

Alice Torigoe (Room B14; Ext. 3014)

Moderate/Severe Teacher

Dahna Taylor (Room B6; Ext. 3006)

Mild/Moderate Education Specialist

Mary Kyallo (Room 13; Ext. 2124)

Mild/Moderate Education Specilist


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