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    The purpose of a reevaluation is to determine continuing or changing eligibility for special education services. Reevaluations are conducted when the District determines that the educational or related service needs warrant a reevaluation; or if the student’s Parent/Guardian or teacher requests a reevaluation.

    By law, a reevaluation occurs every three years but not more than once a year unless Parents and the District agree otherwise. Possible rationale(s) for reevaluation: three-year requirement, Parent/ school request, change of category, consideration of change in placement, or consideration of termination of services.

    The District must reevaluate a student before determining that the student is no longer eligible for special education services; however, a reevaluation is not required before the termination of a student’s eligibility due to graduation from high school with a regular diploma or prior to termination of services due to the student exceeding the age of eligibility for special education services.

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    Reevaluations are not automatically conducted if students are not enrolled. Parents must request a reevaluation.