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Old 10-02-2013, 02:21 PM
 
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Oh good grief. That title should say Documentation for Retention. Sigh.

What documentation would you collect to support a recommendation to retain a student? I'm already thinking ahead, because I just don't have good vibes about a student...



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I can share with you what I use as documentation for LD referrals or other assistance requested at a student success team meeting.

I bring:

Developmental spelling results
Work Samples
District Benchmark test results and samples
Guided reading notebook
Reading response journal
Writer's workshop notebook
classroom tests
anecdotal records
Intervention documentation (work samples, fidelity log, progress monitoring data, and anecdotal notes)
Accommodations/Modifications tried and their results
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We can't retain, but...
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if we could, I would think progress reports, assessment results, any projects, and parent communication?
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We begin meeting with "AT Risk" student's parents in February.
I have the form at school. It includes interim reports, grades and reasons for concern. We set up a plan with strategies to help the student improve.
We meet again in April and at the end of the school year.
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Ohio's RIMP
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If you are looking for reading documentation, Ohio has just created at RIMP (nice sounding word, eh?) -- Reading Improvement and Monitoring Plan. You can find it here. http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Ear...cher-Resources

It might be a place to start. I second your sigh....


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