Students experiencing a temporary barrier to in-person instruction for a period of time must be referred to receive support upon approval of homebound, teen parent leave, or in response to a public health crisis.
Specific Information for Homebound Students:
In order for a student to be eligible for ACE, a physician must certify that the student is under medical care for an illness or injury that is acute, catastrophic or chronic in nature and unable to attend school for a period of at least three weeks.
Specific Information for TPLS Students:
The Teen Parent Student Liaison or other approved school staff such as a school nurse, social-worker or counselor shall make all students aware of the services offered through the ELECT program. If students consent, a referral shall be made to the ELECT program by filling out the ACE Student Referral Form. The Teen Parent Student Liaison or other approved staff will also enter data pertaining to students’ parenting status in the Student Information System only after obtaining consent.
In accordance with the SDP health and safety plan, students may be referred and receive academic support in the event of a public health crisis.