Homebound Programming

Homebound programming is available to students who are unable to attend school due to a qualifying medical or psychological condition.  Homebound programming is a temporary placement. Requests for homebound programming need to be initiated through the student’s school of attendance.  Families will need to provide medical documentation and allow applicable parties to speak with medical professionals to devise an appropriate plan. Plans are developed based on student's individual needs/circumstances in the least restrictive environment as possible by all applicable stakeholders.

Click here for more information and initiating Homebound programming.

Alissa O'Brien
Coordinator - Homebound Programming

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