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RFISD District Special Education Plan
            Randolph Campuses Instructional Objectives for Special Education 2011-2012

Provide and assure appropriate instruction based on grade-level curriculum for all special education students
through the use of standards-based individualized education plans (IEPs).

Facilitate the process of all students in special education learning at high levels, at their capacity, through the
appropriate implementation of accommodations, modifications, and educational support as determined by the ARD
committee.

To address transition service needs, special education and related services will be designed to meet students aged
14 and above with an IEP that includes coordinated, measurable, annual IEP goals and transition services that will
reasonably enable the student to meet post secondary goals.




RFISD District Special Education Plan
                                                        Randolph Field Independent School District
                                                                Special Education Plan
                                                                      2011-2012

Goal:               To provide a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment to all learners

Objective:          Provide and assure appropriate instruction for all struggling learners in the general education environment prior to a
                    special education referral

Activities                              Person(s) Responsible            Resources                       Evaluation Measure        Check Point(s)     Date Completed
   Create, refine, and                  District, school and military     Student intervention team      Documentation of         As determined     ongoing
    implement Response to                cooperative staff                  (SIT)                           progress through          by student
    Intervention (RTI) process            Administrators                  Remedial Reading                student intervention      intervention
    at all grade levels                   LSSP                            Tutorials                       team meetings (SIT)       teams/
                                          Diagnostician                   Positive behavior supports     Grades & teacher          intervention
                                          Counselors                       (PBS/TBIS)                      observations              program
                                          Teachers                        3 Tier model of support        Discipline logs
                                          Paraprofessionals                (RTI)                          Child find reports
                                          Occupational Therapist          Parent information and         TAKS, TAKS ACC,
                                          Physical Therapist               collaboration                   TAKS M, TAKS ALT
                                          Speech Therapist                Community resources            Content Mastery
                                          Vision Specialist               Dyslexia committee              Time Log
                                          Behavioral Consultant           504 committee and              Fidelity of
                                          Clinical Consultant              accommodation plan              intervention
                                          Parent(s)                       A variety of scientific,        programs
                                          Student when                     peer-reviewed and
                                           appropriate                      research based practices
                                                                            and interventions
                                                                           Universal screening of
                                                                            students at all levels
                                                                           Effective core curriculum
                                                                           Content Mastery (comp
                                                                            ed)


RFISD District Special Education Plan
                                              Randolph Field Independent School District
                                                       Special Education Plan
                                                              2011-2012

Goal:               To provide a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment as determined
                    individually at an Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) committee meeting

Objective:          Maintain proportionate representation of minorities in special education

Activities                               Person(s) Responsible        Resources                     Evaluation Measure        Check Point(s)    Date Completed
   Utilize Response to Intervention     District, school and           Student intervention         Documentation of         As               ongoing
       programming and early             military cooperative staff      team (SIT)                    progress through          determined
       intervention to maintain            Administrators              Remedial Reading              student intervention      by student
       proportionate identification of     LSSP                        Tutorials                     team meetings (SIT)       intervention
       minorities in special education     Diagnostician               Positive behavior            Grades & teacher          teams /
                                           Counselors                   supports (PBS/TBIS)           observations              progress
                                           Teachers                    3 Tier model of              Discipline logs           monitor
                                           Paraprofessionals            support (RTI)                Child find reports
                                           Occupational                Parent Information           TAKS, TAKS ACC,
                                                  Therapist              and collaboration             TAKS M, TAKS ALT
                                           Physical Therapist          Community resources          Content Mastery
                                           Speech Therapist            Dyslexia committee            Time Log
                                           Vision Specialist           504 committee and            Fidelity of
                                           Behavioral                   accommodation plan            intervention
                                                  Consultant            A variety of scientific,      programs
                                           Clinical Consultant          peer-reviewed and
                                           Parent(s)                    research-based
                                           Student when                 practices and
                                                  appropriate            interventions




RFISD District Special Education Plan
                                               Randolph Field Independent School District
                                                        Special Education Plan
                                                               2011-2012

Goal:               To provide a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment as determined individually
                    at an Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) committee meeting

Objective:          Special education and related services will be designed to meet students aged 16 and above with an IEP that
                    includes coordinated, measurable, annual IEP goals and transition services that will reasonably enable the
                    student to meet the postsecondary goals.

Activities                                Person(s) Responsible         Resources                   Evaluation Measure         Check Point(s)    Date Completed
   Beginning not later than the first    District, school and            Full and individual        Progress on IEP           6 week           Services
       IEP to be in effect when the       military cooperative staff       evaluation                  Goals and Objectives       progress           implemented
       student turns 16, or younger if      Administrators               Vocational evaluation      Annual review of           reports            and reviewed
       determined appropriate by the        Transition/Vocational        Parent & student            transition action         Annual ARD         at least
       IEP Team, the IEP must include              Coordinator             interviews                  plan, supplement          End of year        annually
       appropriate measurable               LSSP                         ARD/IEP                    3 year reevaluation        AYP              Dismissal from
       postsecondary goals based upon       Diagnostician                IEP transition             Graduation                Indicator 13       special
       age appropriate transition           Counselors                    supplement                 Indicator 13 criteria                         education
       assessments related to               Teachers (general            Transition action plan                                                    upon
       training/education, employment,             education and          Progress on goals and                                                     graduation
       and where appropriate                       special education)      objectives (annual)
       independent living skills            Paraprofessionals            Community agencies
   Coordinated, measurable annual          Occupational                  presentation/referral
       IEP goals should be purposeful,             Therapist              School sponsored
       connected, and integrated            Physical Therapist            activities/events
       considering the student’s needs,     Speech Therapist             Progress notes from
       strengths, interests, and            Vision Specialist             related services
       preferences to facilitate the        Behavioral Consultant         providers; job coach;
       student’s movement from school       Clinical Consultant           VAC
       to post school activities.           Parent(s)                    School staffing
                                            Student                      Postsecondary goals
                                            Auditory Impairment          Functional
                                                teachers                   competencies
                                                                          Interest inventory
                                                                          Course of study
                                                                          Visit local community
                                                                           colleges
                                                                          Take Accuplacer/THEA
RFISD District Special Education Plan

				
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