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Homebound Instruction for Medical Reasons

APS provides homebound instruction for APS students who are unable to attend school because of a documented medical condition.

鶹 Public Schools provides a program of homebound instruction for students enrolled in APS who are unable to attend school because of a documented medical condition of the student for an?extended, limited period of time, or if a students medical condition causes intermittent absences of substantial lengths.

The application process starts with the parent/guardian contacting the school about the students medical need. Once those initial conversations have taken place, the formal process of applying for homebound instruction begins with a series of forms that the family submits to the school team and then the school team submits with additional information to the Office of Homebound Services.

Home-BASED Instruction is delivered in the home or other facility for special education students, according to an IEP, and may also be for students removed from school for disciplinary or other reasons. The application is the same.

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Mary Beth Pelosky
Liaison: Home Instruction/Coordinator of Homebound Services

Syphax Education Center
2110 Washington Boulevard
鶹, Virginia 22204

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