|First Name||Last Name||Position||Department||Teacher Webpage|
|Chad||House||Teacher||Special Ed.||View Siteemail@example.com|
|Joe||Neuman||Teacher||Credit Recovery Coordinator||View Sitefirstname.lastname@example.org|
Franklin County High School has a special education program for students identified as having Autism Spectrum Disorder, Blind or Low Vision, Cognitive Disability, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Emotional Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Orthopedic, or other health impairments.
Special Education students may take electives and some required classes
with regular education students, or they may be taught separately when appropriate or as decided by a case conference committee. These students take all classes required for high school diploma when deemed appropriate by case conference committee, or a case conference committee may deem it appropriate for a student enrolled in a special education program to pursue a high school program that will not necessarily lead to the earning of a diploma in four years.
- In this case, there are two alternate programs, a “certificate of course completion,” or a “certificate of completion” would be earned. A “certificate of course completion” means that a student completed all state required courses, but did not meet the state standards set up by the Indiana Department of Education for the ISTEP testing program.
- The “certificate of completion” means that a student did not complete all state required courses and did not meet the state standards set up by the Indiana Department of Education for the ISTEP testing program. ISTEP will end 2011 and core 40, end of the year assessment. Algebra I and English 10 replace it. The certificate of completion
means that a student did not complete all state required courses and did not meet the state standards set up by the Indiana Department of Education.
Special Education classes are not described since they are the same as those
requirements listed elsewhere in the Academic Handbook. Special Education students will receive help in selecting their classes, since each has an Individual Education Plan (I.E.P.)