The Learning Consultant, Mr. Andrew Wilson, acts as a resource to teachers, parents, administrators, and students regarding services for students with mild or moderate special needs. His responsibilities include reviewing diagnostic and evaluation reports, developing student learning profiles, meeting and communicating with teachers, students, parents, tutors, and other specialists who work with students outside the classroom. The Learning Consultant is also involved in admitting students with special needs, coordinating special testing, and being an advocate for students and parents.
Students with current documentation of a special need diagnosed by a qualified professional can be afforded reasonable and appropriate services and accommodations at St. Dominic High School.
Parents must submit a copy of their child's current evaluation report(s) or a Diagnostic Information Form, which must be completed by the diagnosing or treating professional.
In addition, parents must submit a signed Authorization for Exchange of Information (new window), which allows the Learning Consultant to communicate directly with specialists and agencies regarding the student's special need. In the event that parents do not submit complete information and/or will not cooperate in ensuring that professionals who provide services to their child provide complete information, the school may postpone any further consideration of admission or deny continued enrollment.
Students with diagnosed disabilities may have the opportunity to take the ACT with accommodations; however, even with current documentation of a diagnosed special need, there is no guarantee that ACT will approve your request for accommodations. If you would like to request accommodations, please contact the Learning Consultant to initiate the application process. More information regarding ACT's services for students with disabilities can be found at www.actstudent.org/regist/disab/ (opens in a new window).
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