Special Education Services

Remote Learning 2020-21

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  • Woodridge School District 68 students with disabilities will continue to receive a free, appropriate public education that is focused on their academic, functional, and social-emotional growth.  The priorities of Special Education Services in the remote learning model will be individualization, engagement, and connections.


  • The first weeks of services will be focused on acclimating students to remote learning as well as relationship building.  Next, we expect all providers to use their service times to establish an understanding of students’ present levels on their IEP goals.  Once clear current levels are established, IEP teams will convene through conferences in order to outline services and minutes for remote learning, and make any necessary adjustments to goals and accommodations.  Ongoing progress monitoring of all IEP goals will take place, as well as family collaboration to support areas of need.  For all students with disabilities, timelines for initial evaluations, re-evaluations, and annual reviews will continue to be maintained.