Special Education Plan
School boards are required to maintain a special education plan, review it annually, amend it from time to time to meet current needs of its exceptional students, and submit any amendment(s) to the minister.
Members of the community, and particularly parents of children who are receiving special education programs and services are invited to provide input into the board's special education plan. This may be done through the board's SEAC at any point throughout the year prior to April as the ministry requires the plan to be submitted by May 15.
SECTION A - Introduction
SECTION B - Ministry and Board Directives
SECTION C - Support Staff and Services
SECTION D - Intervention Strategies and Procedures
SECTION E - Service Delivery Model by Exceptionality
Deaf Hard of Hearing
Mild Intellectual Disability
Blind Low Vision
SECTION G - Professional Development