The El Dorado Charter SELPA Procedural Guide

Students who are eligible to receive special education services are guaranteed a free and appropriate public education (FAPE). Federal, state, and local mandates provide a vast array of requirements that special educators must follow when implementing the programs designed to provide students with FAPE. These mandates are extensive and often confusing. The overall purpose of the El Dorado Charter SELPA procedural guide is to provide LEA personnel with a detailed resource for the implementation of special education procedures focused on the identification, assessment and appropriate provision of FAPE in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE).

 

WHEN TO CONTACT A SELPA REPRESENTATIVE

PRE-REFERRAL PROCESS

CHILD FIND BASICS

REFERRAL PROCESS

PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS

PRIOR WRITTEN NOTICE

GENERAL TIMELINES

ASSESSMENT PLANS

ASSESSMENT, TEST SELECTION AND REPORTS

IEP MEETING

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

TRANSITION PLANNING

INDIVIDUAL HEALTH PLANS AND NURSING SERVICES

ANNUAL REVIEWS AND REEVALUATIONS

CURRICULUM ADAPTATIONS

GRADING

PROMOTION AND RETENTION

PARENT PARTICIPATION

CONSERVATORSHIP

SURROGATE PARENT PROCEDURES

AGE OUT TIMELINES

PARENTAL CONSENT AND REVOCATION OF CONSENT

AGE OF MAJORITY

INTERIM PLACEMENT

HOME HOSPITAL, HOME INSTRUCTION, AND INDEPENDENT STUDY

NONACADEMIC AND EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND FIELD TRIPS

SERVING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN VIRTUAL & HYBRID LEARNING PROGRAMS

EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR

GRADUATION OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES- CHARTER

SPECIAL EDUCATION TRANSPORTATION

STATE SPECIAL SCHOOLS AND SERVICES

FUNCTIONAL BEHAVIOR ASSESSMENT

BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION PLAN

SHORTENED DAY GUIDELINES

BEHAVIORAL EMERGENCY INTERVENTIONS

SUSPENSION, EXPULSION AND MANIFESTATION DETERMINATION

MANIFESTATION DETERMINATION FLOW CHART

NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS (NPS) AND NON-PUBLIC AGENCIES (NPA) REFERRAL PROCEDURES

UNILATERAL PLACEMENTS

STUDENT EDUCATION RECORD

INDEPENDENT EDUCATIONAL EVALUATIONS

LOCAL COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

CDE COMPLAINT AND INVESTIGATION PROCEDURES

DUE PROCESS AND MEDIATION

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND RESOLUTION SESSIONS