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Homebound Instruction Policy

The from the ?in the Administrative Code of Virginia provides for homebound instruction to students who are confined at home or in a health care facility, meaning (a) the student is unable to participate in the normal day-to-day activities typically expected during school attendance, and (b) infrequent absences from home are for periods of relatively short duration or to receive health care treatment.

鶹 Public Schools provides a program of homebound instruction for students enrolled in the 鶹 Public Schools who are unable to attend school because of a documented medical condition of the student. Homebound Instructional Services should be considered when it becomes known that a student will be unable to attend school for an extended period of time, or if a students medical condition causes intermittent absences of substantial lengths.

Homebound instruction is designed to provide continuity of educational services between the classroom and home or health care facility for students whose medical needs, both physical and psychiatric, do not allow school attendance for a limited period of time.

Homebound instruction is provided according to APS School Board and?.

PIP-2 Return-to-Learn Following Physical or Psychological Illness