14.2.1 Preliminary Procedures and Documentation
18.104.22.168 Classroom Support Log
As soon as a student has an ongoing need for support in the classroom (whether identified by the student, parents/guardians, and/or teacher), the
teacher should begin keeping a record of classroom strategies and supports he or she has implemented to help the child, and concurrently work with the parents/guardians and notify the administrator. Using the
Classroom Support Log, the
teacher should record the date, note strategies attempted, note the results or effect of each strategy, and keep a record of parent/guardian communications. If the student shows progress after the teacher implements the strategy, the
teacher should continue the support as needed.
22.214.171.124 Meeting Request
If the student continues to experience difficulty in the learning environment, the
teacher submits a
Request for Support Team Education Plan (STEP) Meeting to the administrator.
126.96.36.199 Meeting Preparation
administrator fills out and sends the
Notice of Support Team Education Plan (STEP) Meeting to the
parents/guardians to set up a mutually agreeable time for a meeting with the STEP team. Once a meeting date and time has been set, the
administrator notifies the other members of the team. The classroom
teacher and other appropriate persons gather documentation of the student's current performance levels, including class work, standardized test scores, disciplinary actions, attendance records, psycho-educational assessments, and any other relevant information.
188.8.131.52 Parent Questionnaire
administrator also sends a
STEP Meeting Parent Questionnaire to the
parents/guardians to complete and return to the STEP team.
184.108.40.206 Student Questionnaire
teacher asks the
student to complete a grade-level appropriate Student Questionnaire at school and the
teacher submits the completed form to the STEP team. See the
STEP Meeting Primary School Student Questionnaire,
STEP Meeting Elementary School Student Questionnaire,
STEP Meeting Middle School Student Questionnaire, or
STEP Meeting High School Student Questionnaire.