FORMS for Parents:
Classroom Visit Guidelines
Authorization for Release/Exchange of Information
Healthcare Procedure - Parent Guidelines
Medical Health Care Procedure - Parent
Medication Parent Guidelines
Parent/Physician Authorization for Medication
Braun Educational Center Forms
Funding Beyond High School
Free Reduced Lunch Application - English
Free Reduced Lunch Application - Spanish
Special Education Resources:
STAR NET Early Childhood
Interim Changes to Due Process and
Disciplinary Procedures under IDEA 2004
12, 2005. The New Individuals
With Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004) contains
an array of significant changes to Due Process and Discipline of
students with disabilities.
Appropriate Procedures for Determining
Placement in the Least Restrictive Environment
April 10, 2003. The information contained herein is intended to
reinforce the requirements of IDEA, discuss their implications at the
local level, and offer technical assistance and training resources that
educators and parents may access to enhance their capacity to
collaboratively fulfill those requirements.
Choosing a Lay Advocate in Special
have a child with a disability, you may decide to hire a
paraprofessional or a "lay advocate: to assist you in ensuring that your
child's educational needs are met. These advocates, who are not
attorneys, may be able to assist with consultation, letter writing, or
meetings with schools.
Choosing an Attorney for Special
have a child with a disability, you may find yourself in circumstances
in which you require assistance in securing services to meet your
child's educational needs. In such circumstances, you may turn to an
attorney for assistance.
Class size/Age Information Sheet and
Deviation Request Form
Education Class Size/Age Range Requirements Per 23 Illinois
Administrative Code 226.720 & 226.730.
Directors of Special Education
Discipline of Students with Disabilities
guidance supersedes that which was provided to you in the Special Report
"Discipline of Students with Disabilities" released in the fall of 1997
following the reauthorization of IDEA'97.
Extended School Year for Students with