The Monarch School of New England (MSNE) accepts students with any disability, provided we have district and parental input, IEP goals and objectives, behavioral information and medical documentation to satisfy our needs in providing proper programming to help the student progress.
The sending district notifies MSNE’s executive director that there may be a student appropriate for placement at the school. Once that decision is made – and the sending district, MSNE staff and the parents of the child are all in agreement – an IEP meeting is held to determine what is needed to meet the student’s goals.
The initial placement is diagnostic in nature. During this 30 to 60 day period, MSNE staff will have the opportunity to do their own assessments, interacting and observing the child in multiple environments at the school. At the end of this time, IEP changes may be suggested by MSNE staff to ensure the student progresses according to the best of his/her abilities.
To ensure that everyone remains current, MSNE provides parents/guardians, the sending district and other appropriate parties, quarterly progress reports designed to monitor and track the student’s progress. In addition, consults are scheduled four (4) times each year to review in person, the IEP and any changes that need to be made.
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