RTI Screen child with the RPSB Screening tool. If the child has been referred for RTIthe for Articulation Using Iowa-Nebraska language concerns. Screen the norms, if the one tool. child with thestudent RPSB has screening or more developmentally Check grades significant errors thatand are DRA score. RTIhis for Language stimuable, is been eligible for If. Consult a child he has referred for fluency, with the teacher to see RTI. give the screening test noting any where his weaknesses are. RTI for Fluency dysfluencies and secondary characteristics. Parish-wide Screening Form 5% of If the child is dyfluent at least the time, refer for RTI. Changes in Bulletin 1508 Changes in the bulletin include RTI Procedures for Initial Evaluations Educational Evaluation by Educational Diagnostician
Waivers Parent Permission Teacher interview Submit to Pupil Appraisal Secretary Re-Evaluation Must re-evaluate to dismiss—No referral packet needed. Complete referral packet for New Concerns and send to SBLC.
Address- https: //serp. doe. louisiana. gov Enter you code and password Enter your student’s name or Social Security Number Fill in each field If it is a re-evaluation or waiver put the waiver date. It cannot be submitted until Ms. Gee enters it for Pupil Appraisal. If you have declassified a student-Submit a Lanser form but do not write and IEP. Remember that each child must have a measurable annual goal. Only children who are taking alternate assessments will have objectives written. Validate the IEP to see what needs to be completed.
Pages to Remember in Addition to IEP Forms Due Process Checklist Medicaid Letter for Permission to bill Drop Form (if needed) Add Form (if needed) Health Plan (if needed) ESYP Fact Sheet AT Screening form
Travel Out of Parish Travel Request Complete form and add information regarding meeting or conference. For Travel Reimbursement Turn in yellow copy of travel request Attach agenda of the meeting Original hotel receipt signed by you. Remember to take your tax exempt forms to the hotel.
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