Students qualify for extended school year services in 3 general areas…
When few, if any, gains are made during the typical school year and a critical skill is in the process of emerging. A team would determine a need for this when they think ESY could help the student make reasonable gains.
When a student is expected to significantly regressed (based upon data taken from before and after extended school breaks) to such an extent and the amount of time required to re-learn skills or behaviors would impact the student’s ability to benefit from their Special Education program.
When the acquisition of critical life skills that assist in the student’s ability to function as independently as possible, are expected to negatively impact the student’s ability to benefit from their Special Education program.
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