Special Education Department

Special Education Department

Director of Special Services
Heidi Schultz         
1520 N. Bloomington
Streator IL  61364
(815) 672-2926  ext. 6    
 Secretary
Juanita Wilson 
                                                      
School Psychologist
Amber Hays
 
Social Workers
Beth Lawless - Northlawn
Megan Theisinger - Centennial and Kimes
 
Speech Pathologists
Toni Cox - Northlawn
Alison Wissen - Centennial
Becky Broedlow - Centennial
Debbie Cassady - Kimes
Katie Russow - Kimes
Erica Griglione - Kimes
Amy Naas - Kimes
 
Teachers
Dana Shipley - Northlawn
Shirley Gipson - Northlawn
LeeAnn Kitzman - Northlawn
Melissa Ritter - Northlawn
Deborah Thorne - Northlawn
Mary LeRette - Northlawn
Jan Urbance - Northlawn
Nathan Kitzman - Northlawn
Sarah Roe - Northlawn
Pam Mamer - Northlawn
Chad Puckett - Northlawn
Becky Beardsley - Centennial
Tiffany Oakes - Centennial
Brenda Averkamp - Centennial
Chrystal Schaffner - Centennial
Bianca Sutton - Centennial
Karen Dye - Kimes
Amanda Coonan - Kimes
Patsy Delheimer - Kimes
Toni Pflibsen - Kimes
Angie Graff - Kimes
Lorena Torres - Kimes
Leslie Petersen - Kimes
 
 
 
 

General Agenda for IEP Meetings



1. Introductions
2. Purpose of the meeting.
3. All participants sign in indicating their attendance.
4. Review the student’s current performance.
a. current goals and objectives
b. parents, teachers, and student (if appropriate) give input on
grades, skills, and classroom performance
5. Parent provides their vision for their child’s future
6. Discuss and determine new goals
7. Discuss the need for accommodations or modifications -
    classroom and assessment.
8.  Discuss future placement options.
9.  Discuss the need for any special transportation or ESY services.
10. (As needed) Discuss Transition Plan (age 14-1/2 and up) or Behavioral
Intervention Plan.
11. Offer a copy/discussion of Parent’s Rights.
12.  Seek parent’s signature on IEP, which indicates that parents have been
informed of their Special Education Rights and that the IEP
takes effect the next school day. The lack of a parent signature indicates
that the IEP will start in 10 school days.



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