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Robin Iman- Haughton High has won ONE CLASS AT A TIME!
Robin says, "We won the ONE CLASS AT A TIME today...$1000!!! I submitted my proposal to buy AR books for my class to read. The books will be put in the HHS library for students to check out, take AR test on, and earn PBIS Buc Stamps to redeem at the redemption store! We are soooo EXCITED! We will be on the news Friday, November 20 at 6:00pm."
CONGRATULATIONS to Robin and the HHS students!
COLLEGE NOW A REALITY FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
A major milestone was crossed December 17, 2013 for some previously under-served Bossier Parish students. It was finalized with two signatures.
A memorandum of understanding was signed by Bossier ...more
WHAT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE?
Your local school system may be able to help a child who has a learning problem or disability. With parental permission, services could include:
Free Screening to learn if the child should be tested.
If screening indicates, an evaluation to see what type of help the child may need.
If the evaluation finds the child to need services, services may include free special education instruction, speech services, occupational services, physical therapy services, and /or social work services.
For more information call 549-6119
The Bossier Parish School System provides a continuum of direct, related and support services to meet the needs of students with exceptionalities. Educational opportunities are provided for students ages 3-21 at schools throughout the district. Services include, but are not limited to, gifted, talented, speech, OT, PT, health care, and counseling as well as a rigorous classroom placement to help all students improve and reach their potential.
Bossier Parish Public Schools (BPSB) assures that a free appropriate public education (FAPE) is available to all children with disabilities residing within the jurisdiction of Bossier Parish between the ages of 3 and 21.
BPSB assures that all procedures for the development and implementation of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process are followed.
The Director of Special Education is responsible for the general supervision of identification, location and evaluation of activities/services for students who are suspected of being disabled and for the provision of FAPE to students with disabilities within the jurisdiction of Bossier Parish Public Schools.
Inclusion continues to be the service model “philosophy” in Bossier Parish. Our elementary, middle and high schools have inclusive settings available to serve students if determined by the IEP team as best “placement”. With special education and regular classroom teachers collaborating to provide the most effective instruction for all students, some special education students receive instruction from special education while in a regular classroom.
The inclusion approach enables students with disabilities to remain in the general education classroom via the IEP process. The students receive the expertise of the content teacher AND the expertise of the special education teacher or trained paraprofessional. The teachers work collaboratively to provide all accommodations, and modifications as appropriate for each student. Inclusion improves all students' chances of succeeding in the general curriculum.
Community-Based Education trains special education students through first-hand experience to become self-sufficient and able to function in the community.
All special education teachers have computers in their classrooms. Students also have access to iPads and computers with programs to enhance their learning. Technical assistance with computers and software is available to all special education teachers and related service personnel. The provision of this service assists special education personnel and related service providers in planning for students, teaching students and assessing students more effectively via the computer.