Legal Notice of Consent Order for Parents of Students with Disabilities
The Individuals with Disabilities Education and Improvement Act
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a federal law that assures children and youth with disabilities a free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment. Loveland School District provides a continuum of special education programs and services for students with disabilities.
An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is developed for all students who qualify for special education. The IEP contains the student’s present levels of performance, goals and objectives, assessment procedures, services, modifications, and placement in the least restrictive environment. The IEP is reviewed at least annually or upon request of the parent or school staff. The IEP is reviewed and revised yearly. In Loveland Schools, Annual Reviews are conducted throughout the year based on the first letter of the student’s last name. An IEP progress report is sent home each quarter to parents. Beginning in middle school, students are encouraged to become active participants in the IEP process.
Year Round IEP Schedule
Alphabet Letter of Last Name
Special Education Parent Survey
The results of the parent special education survey are in. We want to thank the parents who participated and provided feedback so that we can set short- and long-term goals to improve programming and outcomes for our students with special needs. Click on the two hyperlinks below to access the survey results and a summary of parent comments.