How will HCPSS support students with IEPs when they are in-person? ​

Students receiving specially designed instruction, including related services, and other supports through an IEP will continue to receive services in accordance with the IEP to the greatest extent possible. Students who have related or support services on their IEP and are attending in person will also receive in person therapy or intervention to the greatest extent possible. If a student is attending hybrid and needs to receive in person therapy/intervention, they may miss some class time as is the case under normal operations.

Students receiving early intervention services through an IFSP will continue to receive services and supports in accordance with their plans virtually at this time. Determining the provision of such services in the home and/or community settings will continue to be under careful consideration and in accordance with our state educational agency and local health department guidance.