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What are your Student's Goals?


Goals are a large part of the IEP. While many students need support and additional services to reach their goals, it’s important that their goals are appropriate. They should be attainable, challenging, and realistic. Reviewing your child’s progress is something that is ongoing. Your child’s case manager should regularly send updates to goals during the year - this is usually shared with report cards. As we approach the end of the school year, take time to review your child’s goals. If you have questions or concerns, request an IEP meeting. It is important to make sure the IEP is appropriate for the conclusion of the school year, and to ensure the proper supports are in place as your child transitions to the next grade level in the fall. Give us a call if you would like us to review your child’s IEP and provide feedback. We would be happy to help!

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