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CPCSC Accessibility Statement
We are committed to ensuring that our educational environments, materials, and websites are accessible, equitable, usable to everyone, and intentionally designed to reduce barriers. All learners can engage in rigorous and meaningful learning.
We continually strive to be fully adapted to the highest accessibility standards. If you require additional support or have a suggestion about accessing materials, information, or technologies at Crown Point Community School Corporation, or would like to provide feedback, please get in touch with us.
- Technology Support: (219) 663-1465 email@example.com
- Accessible Instructional Materials: (219) 663-4330 firstname.lastname@example.org
- establishes, maintains, and implements written procedures that ensure the location, identification, and evaluation of all students three (3) years of age, through twenty-two (22) years of age, and who are in need of special education and related services, regardless of the severity of their disabilities, including students who:
- who reside within the boundaries of the Crown Point Community School Corporation;
- attend a non public school, are served by an agency, or live in an institution located within the jurisdiction of the public agency:
- are homeless as defined at 511 IAC 7-32-46;
- are wards of the state;
- are highly mobile students, including migrant students;
Furthermore, the CPCSC Department of Exceptional Learners, in meeting its child find responsibilities:
- accepts referrals from all agencies;
- accepts referrals from parents;
- informs local physicians about CPCSC’s responsibility to serve preschool children;
- informs all major child care providers about the referral process;
- accepts referrals from private schools; and
- provides referral information to local elementary schools.
State Documents & Info
You can find more documents and information, including resources in other languages, on the state's Office of Special Education Website.
Article 7 - Indiana's special education rules
Procedural Safeguards - rights of parents with a child who has or may have a disability