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The TVI’s To Do List. Tasks that TVIs Do Throughout the School Year. Inservice Week. Attend inservice meetings as required by district. Wherever possible make presentations to groups of teachers on campuses where your “high need” students are enrolled. As Soon as Possible in August.

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The tvi s to do list

The TVI’s To Do List

Tasks that TVIs Do Throughout the School Year

Inservice week
Inservice Week

  • Attend inservice meetings as required by district.

  • Wherever possible make presentations to groups of teachers on campuses where your “high need” students are enrolled.

As soon as possible in august
As Soon as Possible in August

  • Meet with each Principal, Educational Diagnostician, and teacher to introduce yourself.

  • When you call on them, be sure you leave a folder which contains:

    • your contact information

    • a list of the typical roles that you perform

    • any additional information that they may need regarding your services

First week of school if not before
First Week of School (if not before)

  • Textbooks are delivered to campuses.

  • Low vision devices delivered.

  • Collect schedules for each student.

  • Review folders to fill in dates for ARDS, FVEs/LMAs, etc. needed

  • Be sure your materials production system is stocked and ready, including braille production.

  • Contact parents to introduce yourself

Second week of school
Second week of school

  • Begin direct services and consultation.

  • Put together student notebooks that contain:

    • student information sheet

    • last FVE/LMA

    • eye report

    • notes on services

    • etc.

Third week of school
Third Week of School

  • Contact the VI Specialist at the Education Service Center and find out:

    • when the Regional Plan meetings and/or VI teacher’s meetings are in your region

    • when the RSPI is due and which population will be targeted.

Fourth week of school
Fourth Week of School

  • Update information for the APH registry.

  • TRY to have a fairly standard schedule in place which can be distributed to principals, Diagnosticians, and/or parents.

Every 3 6 weeks
Every 3-6 weeks

  • Document student progress on their IEPs.

First week after christmas break
First week after Christmas Break

  • Evaluate student’s performance on IEP Goals for information on ESY.

  • If you haven’t gotten a copy of the APH Registry, start looking for it.


  • Deafblind census

  • Begin to look for applications to TSBVI Summer School.

  • Begin arrangements for service for ECI students during the summer months.


  • Review caseload for the following year, and prepare to order state adopted text books.

  • Before and after Spring Break be sure that you have current levels of performance on each of your students for ESY purposes.

April and may
April and May

  • ARDs/IFSPs

  • Review caseload time allocations for the following year, and develop a preliminary schedule.

  • Meet with your Special Ed. Director to review the “State of the VI Program.”

  • Confirm service arrangements for ECI students.

End of school
End of School

  • Collect equipment for inventory, repair and storage.

  • Prepare for ESY if you are going to be the teacher -- YOU SILLY PERSON!!