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Understanding your child's Individual Education Plan (IEP) - Parent information sessionsMarch 17, 2017 Category: Board EventsBack to News Page

​We're offering information sessions throughout the county to help parents and guardians understand and collaborate on their child's Individual Education Plan (IEP).

Information sessions will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on the following dates:

​Date ​School
April 11, 2017​ Lions Oval Public School (Library)
25 Brant St. W., Orillia
April 12, 2017 Bear Creek Secondary School (Cafeteria)
100 Red Oak Dr., Barrie
​April 13, 2017 Mundy's Bay PS (Library)
340 Sixth St., Midland
​April 18, 2017 ​Chris Hadfield PS (Library)​
211 West Park Ave., Bradford
​April 19, 2017 Alliston Union PS (Library)
211 Church St. N., Alliston
​April 20, 2017 ​​Admiral Collingwood ES​ (Library)
15 Dey Dr., Collingwood
What is an IEP?

An Individual Education Plan (IEP) is a written plan created for a student in consultation with parents/guardians. It provides detailed information to help parents/guardians, school and board staff understand the student's learning needs and how best to support them. The IEP is part of the student's file and is reviewed/updated at least once every reporting period.

To speak to someone in the Special Education Department, please call 705-734-6363.