This complaint was withdrawn.
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On May 31, 2001, the Department of Public Instruction received a complaint under state and federal special education law from XXXXX against the Rhinelander School District. The issues in this investigation are whether the district, during the 2000-2001 school year, made changes to the childs March 22, 2001, individualized education program (IEP) without conducting an IEP team meeting, and failed to provide the parents with prior written notice of its refusal to provide extended school year (ESY) services to their child. This is the departments decision for that complaint.
On June 6, 2001, the Department of Public Instruction received a complaint under state and federal special education law from XXXXX against the Rhinelander School District. On July 19 the department set aside its investigation of the complaint pending completion of a due process hearing filed by complainant. On September 5 the hearing officer dismissed the due process hearing in response to the parents request to withdraw the hearing request.
On December 7, 2000 (letter dated December 4, 2000), a complaint was filed with the Department of Public Instruction by XXXXX against the Rhinelander School District. This complaint alleges a violation of special education law regarding the implementation of programs for children with disabilities.