"Parent Consent for Excusal From Iep Meeting" - Georgia (United States)

Parent Consent for Excusal From Iep Meeting is a legal document that was released by the Georgia Department of Education - a government authority operating within Georgia (United States).

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Parent Consent for Excusal from IEP Meeting
Student:_____________________________________________Date______________________
Parent:________________________________________________________________________
IEP Date:____________________Time:__________________Location:____________________
a required member of your child’s IEP Team
_____________________________________________,
has requested to be excused in whole, or in part from the IEP meeting scheduled for the date
indicated above. A required team member may be excused from attending an IEP meeting with
parental consent. Excusing the attendance of a teacher or related service provider at an IEP
Team meeting is optional.
I agree to excuse the attendance of________________________________________ at the
Teacher or related service provider
IEP Meeting scheduled for __________________________because (check one):
Date
This staff member’s area of the curriculum or related services is not being modified
or discussed in this meeting.
OR
A
lthough the meeting involves a modification to or discussion of this staff member’s
area of the curriculum or related services, he/she will submit in writing, to the
parent and IEP Team, input into the development of the IEP prior to the meeting.
I do not agree to the excusal. Please contact me to reschedule the meeting when required
members are able to attend.
Parent – Please sign and return entire form to your child’s school.
Signature of Parent:________________________________________________Date__________
Phone/Email:___________________________________________________________________
Georgia Department of Education
Model Form July 2007
Parent Consent for Excusal from IEP Meeting
Student:_____________________________________________Date______________________
Parent:________________________________________________________________________
IEP Date:____________________Time:__________________Location:____________________
a required member of your child’s IEP Team
_____________________________________________,
has requested to be excused in whole, or in part from the IEP meeting scheduled for the date
indicated above. A required team member may be excused from attending an IEP meeting with
parental consent. Excusing the attendance of a teacher or related service provider at an IEP
Team meeting is optional.
I agree to excuse the attendance of________________________________________ at the
Teacher or related service provider
IEP Meeting scheduled for __________________________because (check one):
Date
This staff member’s area of the curriculum or related services is not being modified
or discussed in this meeting.
OR
A
lthough the meeting involves a modification to or discussion of this staff member’s
area of the curriculum or related services, he/she will submit in writing, to the
parent and IEP Team, input into the development of the IEP prior to the meeting.
I do not agree to the excusal. Please contact me to reschedule the meeting when required
members are able to attend.
Parent – Please sign and return entire form to your child’s school.
Signature of Parent:________________________________________________Date__________
Phone/Email:___________________________________________________________________
Georgia Department of Education
Model Form July 2007