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When a student is in quarantine, case managers will contact the parents/guardians to discuss how IEP services can be delivered during the quarantine. The case managers will review your child’s IEP and determine the extent to which the IEP can be implemented as written without in-person instruction. If the IEP cannot be implemented as is, HCPSS is required to either amend the IEP with parent agreement through the ASDM process or to review the IEP through an IEP team meeting. If FAPE cannot be provided during the quarantine period, compensatory education services to address any loss of FAPE must be considered. The agreements will be documented on the appropriate forms and provided to the parent.