An Individual Education Plan (IEP) describes the Special Education program and/or services your child requires. It identifies learning expectations and any accommodations needed to assist them. The plan also helps teachers monitor progress and provides a method to share information with you and your child.
The plan must be completed within 30 school days after your child has been placed in the program. The Principal must ensure that you receive a signed copy.
Every IEP includes a Transition Plan. The Transition Plan may be written to support:
Education – School Entry
Managing in the Community – TTC training, life skills, training beyond school
Community – Links to resources: agencies, services, funding, respite
Education – Transition within the school (programs/subjects/grades/schools)
Education – Post Secondary
Community – Recreation/Leisure