Jon Peterson Scholarship: Information for Parents
Generally, any student who has been identified as a child with a disability and for whom the district has created an individualized education plan (IEP) qualifies for the JPSN scholarship program.
When the student has been identified by their public district as a child with a disability, the child's evaluation team report (ETR) from the district states that the child requires special education and related services under the Individual with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA).
The student must also have a current IEP from the district of residence that is finalized and all parties, including the parent, must be in agreement with the IEP.
A child is eligible to apply to participate in the program when the child is eligible to enter school in any grade from kindergarten through twelve, and if the child meets all other program eligibility requirements.
Parents of eligible students must first register with a participating Peterson Scholarship Provider.
The amount of each scholarship will be based on the disability identified on the student’s ETR and will not exceed $27,000.
The provider will have the required application forms and will assist the parent in the scholarship application process.
How do I Apply?
Parents whose children have the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship now have online access to view their student scholarship information. The parent portal allows real-time access to information such as application status, progress reports and monthly invoices.
Please review the three resources listed below, they will assist you in the registration process.
To register for and access the scholarship system, parents need to take the following four steps:
- Step 1: Setup a OH|ID Account
- Step 2: Request parent access to the scholarship system
- Step 3: Verify your child
- Step 4: Access the scholarship record
To access the parent portal manual for these steps please click here
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Last Modified: 5/23/2023 7:59:29 AM