Athletic programs or activities. Any organized competitive sports competition, approved or sponsored by the school board, between schools (interscholastic) or within schools (intramural).
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Parents of children with disabilities can find information about special education, disabilities, health care, parenting, and other assistance on these websites. Click on the underlined names to go to each website.
The projects funded under this priority will eliminate barriers to service delivery and foster shared responsibility for all learners. Efforts will be favored which investigate more flexible service delivery systems and supportive policies and promote collaboration between regular and special education. Inclusion grants were submitted under priority D listed below.
The Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA) is required for renewal of educational interpreter licenses in Wisconsin. This page addresses the process for those who provide Pk-12 interpreter services in Wisconsin school districts only.
|Name and Address||Representation/Telephone||Term Expiration|
13384 S. Artishon Lane
Lac du Flambeau, WI 54538
Work: (715) 588-4355
Home: (715) 588-4355
Cell: (715) 614-7311
Fax: (715) 588-2471
7168 Tree Lane
Madison, WI 53717
Home: (608) 829-3633
Cell: (608) 219-9702
Fax: (608) 833-3592
- 96-001 Greenfield School District
- Did the district fail to protect the confidentiality of personally identifiable information regarding the complainant's daughter?
- 96-002 Elkhorn School District
- Did the district fail to initiate a multidisciplinary team (Mteam) evaluation of the child when it was requested by the child's mother at the beginning of the current school year? This issue held in abeyance.
Assistive technology is any tool or device that a student with a disability uses to perform a task that he or she could not otherwise do or any tool the student uses to do a task more easily, faster, or in a better way. It may be a simple “low tech” device such as a pencil grip or an expensive “high tech” device such as an iPad.