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Screening and Evaluation of school-aged students who may require the provision of special education programs and services.
City Charter High School uses the following identification activities on an on-going basis for locating, identifying, and evaluating the needs of school-aged students who may require the provision of special education programs and services.
City Charter High School has a system to collect and maintain data on child identification activities. Parents with concerns regarding their child may contact the school at any time to request an evaluation of their child that may result in a special education determination. All communication with parents will be in English or the family’s native language.
With the aim of assuring a safe and secure school, whereby all school community stakeholders feel and contribute to the safety of the school, the School Safety Officer plays a pivotal role in this goal. A highlight of responsibilities includes: Work collaboratively as a part of a School Safety team and with school administration. Patrol and secure school floors and be present at end of day dismissal outside. Monitor lunchroom during student lunch periods. Respond to emergencies. Maintain order during conflicts and Incidents. Work with students on peaceful resolution of conflicts.