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SPECIAL EDUCATION / SECTION 504 PLANS
Da Vinci Schools provide a full continuum of supports to students with disabilities. Our goal is to provide supports to students in the least restrictive environment, and our goal is to include our students with disabilities in the general education setting to the greatest extent possible. In addition to providing meaningful supports for students with disabilities, we strive to provide accurate information to parents about the complex special education system and how it functions. If you have specific questions or concerns regard the special education process, please contact Allegra Johnson, Director of Special Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Special Education
Q: Can a parent request an assessment for special education?
Q: What are the timelines for special education assessment?
Q: What are the 13 eligibility categories for special education?
Q: If my child has dyslexia will he or she qualify for an
Q: What types of services can a student with an IEP access?
Q: If my child has a medical diagnosis, such as ADHD or anxiety,
will he or she automatically qualify for an IEP?
Q: What is the difference between an IEP and a 504 plan?
Updated: November 4,
Da Vinci Schools do not discriminate in its educational programs and activities on the basis of a student’s disability. If you have reason to suspect that a student may have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity, please notify your school counselor or Charter Section 504 Coordinator, Ms. Lynn Rodriguez. A team will convene to determine whether accommodations may be needed to meet your student’s needs as adequately as the need of other students. You will be included as a member of the team. Feel free to contact the Section 504 Liaison/Coordinator:
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