District Developed Special Education Plan
The Special Education Delivery Plan of Davenport Community Schools
The Davenport Community School District provides a system for delivering a continuum of Special Education instructional services for students in preK-12. Iowa Administrative Code Rule 41.408 (2) ensures that each public school district in Iowa develop/adopt a “District Developed Service Delivery Plan” (DDSDP) for special education services.
Since further clarification has been requested, we have amended the information below:
The DDSDP must be reviewed, revised, readopted, and recertified every five years. The 2017-18 school year is the five-year review of Davenport’s DDSDP. An invitation was sent to team members including parents of eligible individuals, parents of other students, special and general education teachers, district administrators, community members, and AEA, who met to review the current plan. Group members had questions and concerns about whether the district was following the plan, so these comments were taken into consideration and discussed. Upon completion of this meeting, the plan was made available for public comment on the district website. There were no public comments regarding the plan so the plan now goes before the board for re-adoption.
Please take time to review a copy of our delivery plan by clicking on this link. If you have any questions, or comments, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than June 15th, 2018.