If your child is eligible for special education services and has an IEP, the school district will schedule an annual review of that IEP at least one year from the date the IEP is signed (however, team meetings to discuss IEPs, progress, or other concerns can be requested at any time as outlined above).
At the annual review, the Team will review the goals, objectives, and benchmarks outlined in the IEP, determine if they have been met or not met, and then draft new goals, objectives, and benchmarks. Parents will be asked to update the Student Vision portion of the IEP.
The Team will also review the Services, Accommodations, and Placement and make updates as needed.
You do not need to agree to any of the proposed changes during the meeting. If you need more time to get to agreement on a revised IEP, you can ask for an additional meeting. If the Team recommends removing Services, Placement, Accommodations, or believes that the child is no longer eligible for an IEP, and you disagree with this assessment, you can exercise your Stay-Put rights.