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3524 Maple Avenue
Brookfield, IL 60513
Phone: (708) 485-0606
Fax: (708) 485-8066
Dr. Mark Kuzniewski -
Brook Park Elementary SchoolVisit Brook Park Site
S. E. Gross Middle SchoolVisit S. E. Gross Site
Frequently Used Terms
A Domain Meeting is a Team meeting which includes the parents/guardians and is called to determine what areas of a Case Study Evaluation should be assessed and to obtain parent/guardian consent to conduct the evaluation.
IEP Eligibility Review Conference
An IEP Evaluation/Eligibility Review Conference is a conference held to determine, review, terminate, or consider changes in a student's eligibility for special education.
Individualized Education Program
An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a written educational plan for a student receiving special education and related services with goals and objectives to be attained during a calendar year. The IEP describes services, modifications, and accommodations that will be provided so your child can be involved in and progress in the general education curriculum. The IEP is developed, reviewed and revised at least annually and in accordance with Section 1414(d) [of the IDEA U.S.C. Section 1401(11)].
Response to Intervention RTI Student Support
To better accommodate the learning needs of all students, School District 95 has adopted a school-wide approach called Response to Intervention or RTI. It is a flexible problem solving model in which schools provide timely assistance to students and match that help to each learner s level of need. Schools that use RTI organize their school intervention services into three levels, or Tiers. Students with emerging difficulties in school are first given Tier I, universal support. If that help is not sufficient, they are next provided with Tier II, individualized assistance. Students with significant delays who do not respond to Tier 1 and Tier II interventions may be eligible for Tier III, intensive support.