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student’s data, assess whether the current IEP is appropriate, and discuss whether The Learning Academy is the appropriate placement to meet the needs of the student.Definitions:Major property destruction:any instance of a student damaging an item(s) in the school environment after which the item(s) requires replacement or repair in excess of twenty-five dollars. An example may include a student putting a hole in the wall or breaking a computer. A non-example would include a student ripping a page from a book.Prone physical restraint: any instance of a student being restrained by two or more trained staff, face down on a mat on the floor. An example may include a student requiring 3 staff members to restrain him or her on a mat as per their behavior plan guidelines. A non-example would include a student being restrained by one-staff in a standing position.Classroom participation:the total percentage of time a student is present for scheduled classroomactivities per day. Examples may include a student being present in group activities, doing individual work, going on scheduled field trips, going to the playground with the class (active participation is not a requirement). A non-example would include a student refusing to join a group, or resisting participation in scheduled activities.Unexcused Absence– Outlined in Parent – Student Handbook.Physical Injuryany instance of an individual sustaining a visible abrasion, laceration or contusion at the hand of another student. An example may include a student biting or punching another student resulting in sustained visible marks. A non-example would be a student hitting another student that did not result in visible marks.16
TLA Student Dress CodeThank you for your commitment to The Learning Academy dress-code policy. The Learning Academy recognizes that some students with autism may have difficulty wearing clothing that is uncomfortable or non-preferred. However, staying true to our school’s mission of “preparation for life after school”, we are also aware that many companies, businesses, and adult training sitesrequire uniforms and/or follow specific dress codes. It is our goal to prepare our students to be able to go into the community by overcoming these clothing sensitivities and routines. All students are required to wear the following while at TLA:Solid colored shirts with a collar and sleeves. Sleeve length, color shade and fabric are your choice.Solid colored pants, dress shorts, skirts, etc. Color shade and fabric are your choice. Shorts and skirts length should be no more than 2 inches above the knee.Closed-toed shoes (sneakers are ok except on specific vocational outings). No sandals, or flipflops.During the school year, there may be exceptions to this dress code. These will be announced in advance.

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