The following procedural safeguards notice is based on a model developed by the United States Department of Education, with adaptations for use by Wisconsin School districts and other local education agencies. The first page of the Part B: Procedural Safeguards Notice identifies when the notice must be provided to parents.
Part B: Procedural Safeguards Notice
Spanish: - Tamaño completo Avisos de Garantías de Procedimiento 3/13/09 - Avisos de Garantías de Procedimiento en fuente de 10 puntos 3/13/09
Hmong: - Tsab Ntawv Ceeb Toom Txog Cov Txheej Txheem Tiv Thaiv Kev Ruaj Ntseg 3/13/09
Procedural Safeguards with Cover and Communication Options
This version of the Procedural Safeguards notice, booklet style, is formatted with a front cover and the Communication Options for Families described below. There is no change to the actual language of the notice previously posted on the website. The cover page gives districts the option to include their contact information with the procedural safeguards and also includes language to clearly identify that the Procedural Safeguards contains information about options parents have if they disagree with a decision of the school.
Communication Options for Families
This form, included with the revised Procedural Safeguards notice above, allows school districts to identify key contacts that can assist with a parent’s special education questions. The form also includes information on mediation and facilitated IEPs and encourages parents to problem solve locally so that districts and families have more collaborative options.
Electronic mail (300.505)
A parent of a child with a disability may elect to receive notices required by §§300.503, 300.504, and 300.508 by an electronic mail communication, if the public agency makes that option available.