Individualized Education Plans
An IEP is an Individualized Educational Plan developed for a special education student.
The Lawrence School District serves as the District of Location for HAFTR, and provides related services providers (e.g., resource room teachers, speech and language pathologists, school psychologists) who are placed at HAFTR Middle School. The IEP is updated annually with delineated achievable goals by a team that includes a learning specialist, a general education teacher, and a student’s family member. It addresses a student’s strengths and challenges, as well as a time frame for achieving certain benchmarks.
All teachers who serve students with an IEP will be informed of the contents of that student’s IEP, as well as a student’s strengths, weaknesses, accommodations and modifications.
If you have any questions about either your child’s IEP or related services (e.g., resource room, speech therapy, occupational therapy, or counseling), or about your child’s classroom or testing accommodations (e.g., extended time, copy of class notes) please contact Allison Braverman, Coordinator of Special Education.