Identify any students in your school who do not have a grade level classroom as their primary educational environment or who are educated in self-contained classrooms, including those students with IEPs and the most extensive support needs.
Identify support systems that each student needs to be academically and socially successful in a general education setting and with the general curriculum.
Develop action plans to include the needed support in the classrooms and, as the supports become available, transition the students' educational environment to the general classroom and curriculum.
Find out whether any children in your neighborhood attend alternative public schools instead of your school.
Consider how you might transition them back into your school with the supports they need to be academically and socially successful.
Gather input from families regarding their questions or concerns related to transitioning students to their neighborhood school or grade level classroom. Include families in all decisions related to changes in a student’s primary educational environment.