Jon Peterson Scholarship: Information For Districts
The district of residence will conduct an initial evaluation. If the student is determined to be a child with a disability, the district of residence will also conduct reevaluations.
If the child is enrolled in a non-public school, then the district where the nonpublic school is located is responsible for conducting the initial evaluation and reevaluations.
The district of residence develops an initial IEP that offers a free appropriate public education (FAPE) and annually updates the IEP.
If the child has been identified as having a disability, but does not have an IEP because he/she is not currently enrolled in a public school, the district shall prepare an initial IEP within thirty calendar days of receiving a request for an IEP from an applicant. That request can be made directly to the district by the parent or by the submission of an application for the JPSN scholarship through the on-line application system.
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Last Modified: 9/15/2017 4:01:39 PM