Homebound instruction can be provided to a student who is physically or emotionally unable to attend school due to a health condition, injury, and/or physical or mental impairment which, in the professional opinion of a licensed medical examiner or psychiatrist will cause the student to be absent from school for four (4) or more consecutive weeks. The amount of instructional services provided through homebound instruction will be four (4) to six (6) hours per week or a period of time to be determined by school personnel in relation to each student’s educational needs and/or their physical and mental health.
Cross References.: Handbooks for Student Conduct and Discipline (Secondary), Handbooks for Student Conduct and Discipline (Elementary)
Manual Adoption: 2/8/00