Belgrade - School Report Question and Answers

Do you believe the special-needs assistance is appropriate and fills your needs? Explain:

See above. While the school can provide some resources for special needs, being able to advocate for your child, as well as spending the time to locate necessary services that may be needed and not provided is very important and not the schools responsibility. They can assist you locating any known contacts, but you need to be the voice for child when you feel needs are not being met. Talk with the teachers, learning support specialist, counselor. If your child has an IEP/ILLP there is a team in place to help your child. Be active in that team. - Mar 2016


Absolutely not. - Feb 2016


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