- In/Out Processing
Per AR 600-8-101, all Soldiers with accompanying children/youth (from infant to age 18) will in and out process throughCYSS/School Support Services for an explanation of the services of the School Liaison Officer.
Are you Out Processing soon? Here are some helpful tips.
Contact gaining school counselor for information regarding student re- cords, transfer credits, regulations, and placement.
Have students most recent school records, separated by student. DO NOT PACK WITH HOUSE- HOLD GOODS. Records should include: report cards, transcripts, special needs documents, shot records.
Have address, phone and fax number of current school or alternate location if school has closed, as well as same information for new school, if determined before departure.
Give current school adequate notice of your departure & formally process out of current school.
Deliver all hand carried records to gaining school according to school policy & provide gaining school with previous school information so that records can be requested.
Transferring with an IEP?
When transferring with an individualized education program, the new school is required to provide a free appropriate public education. This includes providing comparable services to those available through the current IEP. While the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that the new school provide services, it does not require that the services at the new location be exactly the same as those provided by the previous school. Comparable services are services that are similar or equivalent to those outlined on the incoming IEP. The flexibility in the phrase "comparable services" allows the school to determine how best to provide a FAPE using the previous IEP as a guide to the needs of the
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Military Child Education Coalition www.militarychild.org
Military Impacted Schools
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