April 11, 2016
Congrats to Jenn Webb on the arrival of Kache Issac on April 5, 2016!
Great job Teasha and the Minico Transition Team
Teasha Parmenter, her mentor Jacoby Sneddon, and the special education team at Minico High School held their 2nd annual transition fair on April 7. It was a terrific evening for students and families who became familiar with many of the agencies and services available across Southern Idaho.
IEP meetings must be held prior to the annual date on the IEP.
From the Special Education Manual 2015, page 80: An IEP meeting shall be held for one or more of the following reasons:…..2. to review the IEP periodically, but no longer than one year (365 days) from the date of development of the current IEP, with the IEP in effect at the beginning of each school year.
All IEP meetings should be scheduled two weeks prior to the IEP annual date. This allows for emergencies such as illness of a team member, snow days and other unanticipated situations. IEPs which are not held within the 365 day timeline are out of compliance and will not be eligible for a stipend. Remember this is a leap year with 366 days so IEP meetings must be held 2 days prior to the annual date to be within the 365 day timeline.
Peer Review Group #3 Wednesday, April 13th 8:30-11:30 am
Dana Hammer, Don Garner, Mary Davis, Jennifer Cole
Be A Reading Hero! SESTA Training
This training is designed to improve outcomes for students with disabilities. Learn evidence based practices to support your students in early literacy and increased includsion in the general education setting.
Choose a date and location below to learn more and register:
April 22--Teaching Replacement Behavior Training at DSC
SPONSORED BY: SESTA
For more information, contact: Andrea Cox at 208-426-4273 or email@example.com
April 22, 2016 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Registration at 8:30 am.
LOCATION: HERE IN OUR BUILDING!!!!!
Minidoka District Office 310 10th St Rupert, Idaho 83350
Educators, administrators, para-educators who work with individuals who exhibit challenging behaviors AND who have attended the FBA/BIP training or have prior knowledge and experience identifying functions of challenging behavior in school settings
Participants will be exploring the next phase of constructing behavior support plans. Once the function of the student's challenging behavior has been accurately identified, teams need to be able to plan how to support change in behavior. This training will be focused on learning how to identify and teach appropriate replacement behaviors. Participants should have participated in the FBA/BIP or have prior knowledge and experience identifying functions of challenging behavior in school settings.
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Electronic Registration: Yes DEADLINE: April 20, 2016 Password Protected: No
University Credit: No University Credit