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Services Plans

Special education students who attend private schools may be eligible to receive some services within their school. A services plan describes the specific special education and/or related services the student will receive from the Milwaukee Public Schools. To the extent appropriate, the services plan includes IEP elements that vary depending on the services to be provided. Many services plans will include

  • the present level of academic achievement and functional performance;
  • measurable annual goals;
  • a statement of the special education, related services, or supplementary aids and services;
  • a statement of the program modifications or supports;
  • an explanation of the extent, if any, to which the student will not participate with nondisabled children in the regular education environment;
  • the projected date for the beginning of the services and modifications as well as the amount, anticipated frequency, location, and duration of the services and modifications; and
  • a statement of how the student's progress toward the annual goals will be measured and when periodic reports on progress toward meeting the annual goals will be provided.

To determine whether your child is eligible for a services plan, please contact the program supervisor for more information.

Who is eligible for services plans for the 2017-18 school year?

Students in grades 3-6 who have a specific learning disability, children K4 through age nine who have a significant developmental delay, and students in K4-K5 who have a speech-language disability are eligible for services plans. MPS is obligated to meet certain financial requirements. Once capacity is reached, students will be placed on a waiting list.

Which private schools are included in services plans?

Non-public schools within the City of Milwaukee.

Can a child who attends a non-public school be evaluated for special education?

Yes. MPS is responsible for providing evaluations if a parent/legal guardian or teacher makes a referral.

Contacts

Program Supervisor

Jennifer Guenthner
Email: guenthjr@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
Phone: 414-438-3670

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