Monroe County Community School Corporation Case Conference Summary/IEP/ITP

Date

March 5, 2008

Student Name Home School/Attending School

Derek Anderson Rogers Elementary
/

DOB

2-22-1996
Grade

Sex

male 5th Grade

Re-eval Date ID#

March 5, 2011

Student Resides with:

Phone Home

Caseworker/Agency Representative Home Name

Phone

Kevin and Anne Anderson Parent/Guardian Name 463 Hoosier Court Avenue Street Address 47404
City/Zip

966-7685

Work

845-9652
Street Address

Work

Emergency

365-4871
City/Zip

Emergency

Legal Guardian:

Natural Parents Natural Mother Natural Father

Adoptive Parents Adoptive Mother Adoptive Father

DFC Court Other __________________________________________

Purpose of Case Conference:

Initial Conference Declassification/Reclassification

Annual Case Review Causal Relationship IEP Review

Transition Move in

Case Conference Committee Members (Indicate role)

Danya greenberg
Chairperson

Michelle Curran
Special Education Teacher

Derek Anderson
Student

Merrin Rosenberg
General Education Teacher

Kevin and Anne Anderson
Parent

Student Performance

Derek Anderson

Evaluation procedures, assessments, records or reports utilized to help determine eligibility for special education services. Cognitive: Results are from WISC-III

Verbal IQ-95, Performance IQ-110, Full Scale IQ-96 IQ falls within normal range.

Impact on involvement in general education curriculum: Achievement: Evaluation Data:

Woodcock Johnson III: Word Attack-88, Spelling 52, Unpredictable Words-64, Broad Reading-77, Letter Word ID-72, Computation-110, Applied Problems-90

Reading: Strengths Weaknesses

Makes good attempts at sounding out words.

Struggles with spelling. May need special help with spelling skills.

Impact on involvement in general education curriculum: Math: Strengths Weaknesses

Student has strong computation skills

Sometimes struggles with reasoning through problems. Can be in a general education classroom.

Impact on involvement in general education curriculum: Social Emotional: Strengths Weaknesses

Student has many friends.

Distracted easily during class activities. May need on task reminders.

Impact on involvement in general education curriculum: Communication: Strengths Weaknesses

Good communication skills.

Sometimes speaks too loudly and connot seemt o control his voice level. No impact on general education curriculum.

Impact on involvement in general education curriculum: Adaptive Behavior: Strengths Weaknesses

Student knows basic living skills.

Student sometimes forgets to wash hands in the restroom. No impact on general education curriculum.

Impact on involvement in general education curriculum: Behavior: Strengths Weaknesses

Energetic and ready to participate.

Sometimes hyperactive which leads to becoming distracted. May need directions repeated to him.

Impact on involvement in general education curriculum: Other: Strengths Weaknesses

N/A

N/A N/A
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Impact on involvement in general education curriculum:

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Student input (strengths, interests, concerns):

Strengths- I like math, facts are easy for me to memorize. Concerns- Reading is hard.

Interests-- Me and my friends like soccer.

Parent input (strengths, interests, concerns):

Strengths- "pretty good" about managing personal care

Concerns-- When trying to help with homework he is usually distracted easily and often needs

directions repeated to him, also has a history of ear problems including a raptured ear drum Interests- really likes to watch sports and play them outside with friends, especially soccer

The following health data was discussed

✔ no known problems
on medication (specify) seizure activity health plan Special Factors 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Does behavior impede student learning or the learning of others? Does the student have limited English proficiency? Is the student blind or visually impaired? Is the student deaf or hard of hearing? Does the student require assistive technology devices or services? Should the student be considered for an assistive technology evaluation? “Other”

frequent absences/tardies: days present _____ days absent _____ physical concern (specify) wears glasses/contacts/hearing aid/prosthesis (circle) other ___________________

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes hearing screening

✔ ✔
✔ ✔ ✔

No No No No No No

If YES, team must develop and attach intervention plan If YES, team must consider language needs If YES, team must consider appropriate reading and writing media. If YES, team must consider communication needs. If YES, see accommodations and/or related services If YES, appropriate referral forms must be completed

Based on the case conference committee’s discussion of the data noted above:

✔ The student is eligible for special education services as defined in Indiana Code
The student is not eligible for special education services as defined in Indiana Code

___ Autism ___ Hearing Impairment ___ Orthopedic Impairment

___ Communication Disorder 1 ___ Learning Disability ___ Other Health Impairment

Disability Category(ies) 1 = primary disability 2 = secondary disability ___ Dual Sensory Impairment ___ Developmentally Delayed ___ Mild Mental Handicap ___ Moderate Mental Handicap ___ Traumatic Brain Injury ___ Visual Impairment

___ Emotional Handicap ___ Severe Mental Handicap

Does the student require an alternative curriculum?

Yes

No

If YES, explain non-participation in general education curriculum

Can student participate in non-academic and extra curricular activities?

Yes

No

If NO, explain

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Individualized Transition Plan

Name: School Initial Plan Date

Derek Anderson

Social Security Number Anticipated final year of school

Review Date

Review Date

Review Date

Review Date

Review Date

1. Projected Post-School Outcomes: Post-Secondary Education Vocational Training Community Living Continuing/Adult Ed. Integrated/Supported Employment Community Participation

2. Statement of student’s interests and preferences:

3. This student is working toward:

Credit - diploma

Non-credit - certificate of completion

GED

4. Ongoing Adult Services:

NO

YES - what information was given?

Date given:

5. I have been informed that at the age of eighteen all rights accorded parents under special education legislation are transferred to the student and are concurrent with the parents’. (Must be completed if student is 17 at the time of conference.)

Student Signature/Date

Parent Signature/Date

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6. Statement of Needed Transition Services: (A “ statement of needed transition services” describes services the student needs to gain the skills and connections necessary to achieve his or her desired goals):

Transition Services Needed? YES - See goal/objectives NO - Explain YES NO

IEP must contain goals/ objectives related to all areas marked YES

Coordinated Sequential Set of Activities/objectives

Person Responsible/Agency Linkages

Instruction

Related Services

YES NO

Community Experience

YES NO

Employment/Functional Vocational Evaluation

YES

NO

Daily Living

YES NO

Residential

YES NO

Other (eg: medical, financial)

YES NO

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Goals and Objectives
Student’s Name Annual Goal

Derek Anderson Derek will improve writing at a pre-primer level.

Identified Need: Writing

Measurable, Short-term Instructional Objectives Including Objective Criteria to be reviewed annually

Person(s) Responsible (By Title)

Procedures of Evaluation

Progress

Comments

1. (K.6.2) Spell independently using an understanding of the sounds of the alphabet and knowledge of letter names with fewer than 5 errors on weekly tests of 20 questions. 2. (K.5.2) Draw pictures and write for specific people or persons with fewer than 5 errors of tests of 20 questions.

Gen. Ed Spec. Ed Gen. Ed Spec. Ed

A B D A B D

Person(s) Responsible General Education Teacher Special Education Teacher Parent Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Speech/Language Pathologist Hearing Impairment Specialist Vision Impairment Specialist Gen. Ed Spec. Ed. Parent OT PT SLP HI VI A. Observation

Procedures for Evaluation i. Objective Met

Progress

B. Written/Oral Response C. Performance D. Criterion Referenced Test E. Student Self Assessment F. Other (specify):

ii. Progress made, but objective not yet met iii. Little or no progress iv. Met, but not maintained v. Other (specify)

Progress will be reported on the goals form Other (Specify) Progress toward annual goals will be provided at time of report cards; or Other (Specify)

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Goals and Objectives
Student’s Name Annual Goal

Derek Anderson Derek will improve reading comprehension at a 2nd grade level.

Identified Need: Reading Comprehension

Measurable, Short-term Instructional Objectives Including Objective Criteria to be reviewed annually

Person(s) Responsible (By Title)

Procedures of Evaluation

Progress

Comments

1. (2.2.6) Recognize cause and effect relationships in a text with fewer than 5 errors on weekly tests of 20 questions. 2. (2.2.8) Follow two step written instructions with fewer than 5 errors on weekly tests of 20 questions.

Gen. Ed Spec. Ed Gen. Ed Spec. Ed

A B D A B D

Person(s) Responsible General Education Teacher Special Education Teacher Parent Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Speech/Language Pathologist Hearing Impairment Specialist Vision Impairment Specialist Gen. Ed Spec. Ed. Parent OT PT SLP HI VI A. Observation

Procedures for Evaluation i. Objective Met

Progress

B. Written/Oral Response C. Performance D. Criterion Referenced Test E. Student Self Assessment F. Other (specify):

ii. Progress made, but objective not yet met iii. Little or no progress iv. Met, but not maintained v. Other (specify)

Progress will be reported on the goals form Other (Specify) Progress toward annual goals will be provided at time of report cards; or Other (Specify)

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Goals and Objectives
Student’s Name Annual Goal

Derek Anderson

Identified Need:

Measurable, Short-term Instructional Objectives Including Objective Criteria to be reviewed annually

Person(s) Responsible (By Title)

Procedures of Evaluation

Progress

Comments

Person(s) Responsible General Education Teacher Special Education Teacher Parent Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Speech/Language Pathologist Hearing Impairment Specialist Vision Impairment Specialist Gen. Ed Spec. Ed. Parent OT PT SLP HI VI A. Observation

Procedures for Evaluation i. Objective Met

Progress

B. Written/Oral Response C. Performance D. Criterion Referenced Test E. Student Self Assessment F. Other (specify):

ii. Progress made, but objective not yet met iii. Little or no progress iv. Met, but not maintained v. Other (specify)

Progress will be reported on the goals form Other (Specify) Progress toward annual goals will be provided at time of report cards; or Other (Specify)

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Goals and Objectives
Student’s Name Annual Goal

Derek Anderson

Identified Need:

Measurable, Short-term Instructional Objectives Including Objective Criteria to be reviewed annually

Person(s) Responsible (By Title)

Procedures of Evaluation

Progress

Comments

Person(s) Responsible General Education Teacher Special Education Teacher Parent Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Speech/Language Pathologist Hearing Impairment Specialist Vision Impairment Specialist Gen. Ed Spec. Ed. Parent OT PT SLP HI VI A. Observation

Procedures for Evaluation i. Objective Met

Progress

B. Written/Oral Response C. Performance D. Criterion Referenced Test E. Student Self Assessment F. Other (specify):

ii. Progress made, but objective not yet met iii. Little or no progress iv. Met, but not maintained v. Other (specify)

Progress will be reported on the goals form Other (Specify) Progress toward annual goals will be provided at time of report cards; or Other (Specify)
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Goals and Objectives
Student’s Name Annual Goal

Derek Anderson

Identified Need:

Measurable, Short-term Instructional Objectives Including Objective Criteria to be reviewed annually

Person(s) Responsible (By Title)

Procedures of Evaluation

Progress

Comments

Person(s) Responsible General Education Teacher Special Education Teacher Parent Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Speech/Language Pathologist Hearing Impairment Specialist Vision Impairment Specialist Gen. Ed Spec. Ed. Parent OT PT SLP HI VI A. Observation

Procedures for Evaluation i. Objective Met

Progress

B. Written/Oral Response C. Performance D. Criterion Referenced Test E. Student Self Assessment F. Other (specify):

ii. Progress made, but objective not yet met iii. Little or no progress iv. Met, but not maintained v. Other (specify)

Progress will be reported on the goals form Other (Specify) Progress toward annual goals will be provided at time of report cards; or Other (Specify)

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Goals and Objectives
Student’s Name Annual Goal

Derek Anderson

Identified Need:

Measurable, Short-term Instructional Objectives Including Objective Criteria to be reviewed annually

Person(s) Responsible (By Title)

Procedures of Evaluation

Progress

Comments

Person(s) Responsible General Education Teacher Special Education Teacher Parent Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Speech/Language Pathologist Hearing Impairment Specialist Vision Impairment Specialist Gen. Ed Spec. Ed. Parent OT PT SLP HI VI A. Observation

Procedures for Evaluation i. Objective Met

Progress

B. Written/Oral Response C. Performance D. Criterion Referenced Test E. Student Self Assessment F. Other (specify):

ii. Progress made, but objective not yet met iii. Little or no progress iv. Met, but not maintained v. Other (specify)

Progress will be reported on the goals form Other (Specify) Progress toward annual goals will be provided at time of report cards; or Other (Specify)

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Goals and Objectives
Student’s Name Annual Goal

Derek Anderson

Identified Need:

Measurable, Short-term Instructional Objectives Including Objective Criteria to be reviewed annually

Person(s) Responsible (By Title)

Procedures of Evaluation

Progress

Comments

Person(s) Responsible General Education Teacher Special Education Teacher Parent Occupational Therapist Physical Therapist Speech/Language Pathologist Hearing Impairment Specialist Vision Impairment Specialist Gen. Ed Spec. Ed. Parent OT PT SLP HI VI A. Observation

Procedures for Evaluation i. Objective Met

Progress

B. Written/Oral Response C. Performance D. Criterion Referenced Test E. Student Self Assessment F. Other (specify):

ii. Progress made, but objective not yet met iii. Little or no progress iv. Met, but not maintained v. Other (specify)

Progress will be reported on the goals form Other (Specify) Progress toward annual goals will be provided at time of report cards; or Other (Specify)

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Special Education Services/Least Restrictive Environment Any potentially harmful effects of the recommendations must be considered. Services considered and rejected (indicate reasons)

Full time and part time were considered but full time would be too restrictive.

Services recommended (indicate reasons; location, frequency and length)

Committee recommends part time services in resource setting 5 days a week 1 hour each day.

Related Services

(Note intensity, frequency and location of services) week month _____ direct, integrated in classroom & community _____consultation _____ other (specify)________________ _____ direct, integrated in classroom & community _____consultation _____ other (specify)________________ Transportation: Attach Transportation Form.

_____Occupational therapy for a minimum of _____ minutes each

_____Physical therapy for a minimum of _____ minutes each Social Worker Other

week

month

Supplementary aids and services/and/or other factors relevant to proposed services:

Date for Initiation of Services (on or about):

March 5, 2008

,

ending date (on or about)

March 4, 2009

following regular school calendar.

Teacher of Record:

Michelle Curran N/A

Other Teachers of Record for Secondary Disabilities

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Recommended Participation in Statewide or District standardized testing for the _______________ school year. Indiana MCCSC This student is not in a standardized testing mandated grade level. This student will fully participate in the standardized testing program without accommodations. This student will not participate in the standardized testing program (Specify reasons below). This student will fully participate in the standardized testing program with accommodations (Specify below). This student will participate in the standardized testing program for diagnostic purposes. This student will be subject to remediation. This student will be subject to retesting. This student will need the following testing accommodations (Specify):

This student’s essential skills will be tested using an alternate assessment (Specify, including why the statewide or district assessment is not appropriate and how the student will be assessed):

Is extended school year recommended?

YES

NO

If yes, committee must document the degree of regression; amount of time for recoupment; and the extraordinary, irretrievable educational, emotional or vocational reversals.

If yes, describe the nature of the interventions, include interventions parents can provide to meet student’s needs.

Name(s) of person(s) who will submit a written opinion. NA X

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Student Name: School:

Derek Anderson

Parent Permission for Special Education Services

You have the right to request a case conference and/or revoke your written permission for services at any time. If you are prepared to decide at this time, please sign on one of the lines below.

I/we agree with the services recommended and give permission for the plan to be implemented:

Parent Signature

Date

Student Signature (If 18)

Date

I/we do not agree with the services recommended.

Parent Signature

Date

Student Signature (If 18)

Date

Parental Rights have been explained and provided: Parent Initials

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Modifications/Accommodations/Supports to Meet Educational Needs
Derek Anderson
Pacing Allow more time ✔ Vary activity often Allow breaks Avoid timed/pressure situations Other: Environment ✔ Preferential seating Planned seating: Bus Classroom Lunchroom Auditorium Alter physical room arrangement Define areas concretely ✔ Reduce/minimize distractions: Visual Auditory Spatial Movement Provide opportunity for separate seating Teach positive rules for use of space Other: Presentation of Subject Matter Teach to student’s learning style Visual Auditory Model Tactile Multi Experiential Learning Review prior to presenting new materials Individual/small group instruction Utilize alternate specialized curriculum Tape lectures/discussions for replay Utilize manipulatives Emphasize critical information Pre-teach vocabulary Make/use vocabulary files ✔ Oral reading on voluntary basis only Provide study guides/outlines Encourage feedback from student to check for learning Other: Materials Arrangement of material on page Taped tests and/or other class materials Highlighted tests/study guides ✔ Notetaking assistance: carbonless or xerox copy of notes of regular students, copy of notes from board provided Large print/graph paper/lined paper ✔ Special Equipment: Word processor Calculator ✔ Computer Math facts sheet Assignments Give directions in small, distinct steps (written/picture/verbal) Use written backup for oral directions Read or tape record directions to student Adjust difficulty level Shorten assignment/fewer items on page Reduce paper and pencil tasks Give extra cues or prompts Allow student to record/type or dictate assignment Avoid penalizing for spelling errors/ sloppy papers/penmanship Student should use cursive/printing Other: Self Management/Follow Through Visual daily schedule Calendars Daily/Weekly assignment sheets Check often for understanding/review Request parent reinforcement Have student repeat directions Encourage use of notebook with dividers, or file folders, for organization Use student sheets to organize material Design/write/use long term assignment timelines Plan for generalization ✔ Develop organized routine Schedule regular communication/ reports between home and school Other: Student Assessment Oral/taped responses Short answer Taped responses Multiple choice Modify time frame ✔ Read test to student Shorten length Extend time frame ✔ Consider individual progress over time Consider effort Alternative assessment Test administered by: calculator ✔ Other: Social Interaction Supports Peer/cross age tutoring Structure activities to create opportunities of social interaction Focus on social process rather than activity/end product Partial participation Cooperative learning groups Other: Motivation and Reinforcement Verbal Non-verbal Positive reinforcement ✔ Concrete reinforcement Planned motivating sequences of activities Reinforce initiation Offer choices Use strengths/interests often Reinforce approximation Response cost Other:

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