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Dr. Roberts
03-18-2015
09:44 PM ET (US)
Dear Upsetparents,
Thank you so much for the post! What it means to include students with disabilities is an issue that school people debate among ourselves sometimes. Does the IEP say that the child is supposed to be with the EC teacher for a certain amount of time each day? If so, the school might have some flexibility in the actual time the child reports to the teacher but the child still should be receiving the amount of overall time per day or per week. Sometimes you get a situation where the EC teacher had to go home sick or is trying out a new schedule, but those instances should be rare.

As far as going to the bathroom during class, I would need more information. When I was a classroom teacher, I tried to let students go when they needed to. Over time when I got to know my students I could read them well enough to know if a student always asks to go to the bathroom during a math test or something like that.

I don't want to get too specific to your situation in this open forum, to protect your child's privacy. I invite you to call me at my office at 910-862-4136 or email me at rsroberts@bladen.k12.nc.us so that we can talk through this, if you want to.

Reida
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upsetparents
03-17-2015
06:16 PM ET (US)
Can a EC child be denied going to the EC teacher during class? Also can this child be denied going to the bathroom during class, when everyone else is allowed to?
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Dr. Roberts
11-04-2014
09:22 AM ET (US)
Dear Upset Parent,
Thank you for letting us know about your concern. I'm not aware of the changes in the EC program, but I've shared your concern with the school and I hope to get some clarification.
Reida
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Upset Parent
11-03-2014
09:50 PM ET (US)
I have a son at EBHS. I just heard from another parent and friend that the EC Department has major changes taken place but I have not been notified of any. I was informed today that the EC department stop mainstreaming, going in the gym, and are only allowed to be outside after lunch. I will be contacting my child's teacher tomorrow to get more information on this. When did these changes take effect and why wasn't the parents contacted? The students in the EC Department have rights and privileges as all the other students. They should be have opportunities for them and not omit them in studies.
Edited 11-03-2014 09:50 PM
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Dr. Roberts
10-14-2014
04:58 PM ET (US)
Great question Angela! The teachers at BMS do an excellent job with the SPIRE literacy program. This program, by the way, is funded through a state level grant called NCSIP. It's a 5 year commitment, and right now Bladen County Schools is in year 5 of the 5 year grant. NC SIP does have a math component similar to the reading component. Our EC office will be looking in to the math component as well as other grants. Thanks again for the question!
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Angela
10-14-2014
03:03 PM ET (US)
I have a daughter in EC at Bladenboro Middle School. The Spire Program has worked wonders, and she has improved so much! I would love to see a similiar program for math. Do you think this may happen in the near future? It would be very benificial.
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Dr. Roberts
09-09-2014
08:59 PM ET (US)
Great question! The Special Education Parent Teacher Association night is next Tuesday, September 16 at 6:30pm at the Board of Education. All are welcome!
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Concerned Parent
09-09-2014
08:58 PM ET (US)
Dr. Roberts,
When and where is the parent night for parents of students with disabilities? Can people attend if their children aren't currently enrolled in Bladen County Schools?
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Concerned Parent
07-28-2014
02:02 PM ET (US)
Dear Concerned Parent,
Thank you so much for your response and your excellent question! I applaud your efforts to be an active part of your child's educational program. My best advice is to remember that it's perfectly alright to ask questions before, during, and after meetings with school professionals. There are several excellent resources that explain the many, many terms we use in Special Education. One resource is http://www.understandingspecialeducation.c...ducation-terms.html

Here are a few of the most-used terms:
Individualized Education Plan (IEP): Special education term outlined by IDEA to define the written document that states the disabled child's goals, objectives and services for students receiving special education.

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 2004): The original legislation was written in 1975 guaranteeing students with disabilities a free and appropriate public education and the right to be educated with their non-disabled peers. Congress has reauthorized this federal law. The most recent revision occurred in 2004.

Least Restrictive Environment (LRE): The placement of a special needs student in a manner promoting the maximum possible interaction with the general school population. Placement options are offered on a continuum including regular classroom with no support services, regular classroom with support services, designated instruction services, special day classes and private special education programs.

Parent Consent: Special education term used by IDEA that states you have been fully informed in your native language or other mode of communication of all the information about the action for which you are giving consent and that you understand and agree in writing to that action.

Specific Learning Disability: Special education term used to define a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or using language spoken or written that may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, write, spell or do mathematical equations.
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Concerned Parent
07-23-2014
08:38 AM ET (US)
Dr. Roberts,
My child was accepted into the EC program last year. Me and my husband go to the meetings at the school, but we get confused by all lingo and abbreviations. By the way, we love the Director's Blog on the website!
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Reida RobertsPerson was signed in when posted
07-07-2014
11:28 AM ET (US)
That's a great question, Mrs. Mitchell! The Office of Exceptional Children's Services oversees a number of state and federally mandated services for Bladen County's children. The largest program is the Special Education Program, in which students with disabilities receive Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). Our office guides families through the qualification process and manages the personnel, contracted services, and equipment necessary to carry out the obligations we have to follow for each IEP. Other students receive services from our office through Section 504 laws and the Academically Intellectually Gifted (AIG) program.

If a child is having difficulty learning and staying focused, I recommend the following steps:
1) Schedule regular face to face appointments or phone conferences with your child's teachers. Get as much information as you can about your child's specific strengths and weaknesses. Ask to see print outs from any computer assessments completed for your child and ask the teacher or counselor to explain the reports to you. Is your child struggling in just one subject or with all subjects? Does he or she have trouble working with others? Is your child's behavior or concentration causing problems in the classroom? Has your child's poor school attendance affected his or her academic performance?
2) Consult with your child's health care provider. Ask about your child's diet and see if any adjustments should be made. Be sure and share any information your health care provider gives you with your child's teachers or school counselor.
3) Ask lots of questions about what services your child's school provides. Is there an After School Program? Does the counselor work with individual children or small groups on study skills or organization? Would the child benefit from a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and/or a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)? Would the school's Student Assistance Team (SAT) be willing to meet to discuss strategies for improving your child's educational experience?
4) Do some research! The Internet, the local library, and book stores are likely to be chocked full of helpful advice to address your child's needs. Be sure to share any useful information you find with your child's teacher.
5) Special Education services are not a "magic bullet" for fixing all of a child's problems, but some children benefit from the accommodations the program provides. You can read more about the Special Education program in the Handbook on Parents' Rights: http://ec.ncpublicschools.gov/parent-resou...nts-rights-handbook
Edited 07-07-2014 11:32 AM
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Eather MitchellPerson was signed in when posted
07-07-2014
10:20 AM ET (US)
How can the EC Department provide exceptional services to both our students and parents or guardian?

As a concerned parent, what must I do if my child is having difficulty learning and staying focused? What is the process I must follow?

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