MRS. BUXTON

Mrs. Buxton
Class of 2019
Case Manager

Office Hours

Please call to set an appointment 432 - 6941 ext. 2011 or sbuxton@londonderry.org  

6:45 - 7:20 am   Bus Duty

A     Case Management Special Ed Office 7:20 - 8:05

B      Case Management                                              8:10 – 8:55

C      Study Lab Room 160                                9:00 - 9:48                    

D        Study Lab Room 160                                 9:53-10:38     

E      Study Lab Room 160                                10:43 - 11:28

F      Case Management/Lunch                           11:33 - 12:18

G          Case Management                                        12:23 – 1:08

H      Study Lab Room 160                                   1:13 - 1:58

Please feel free to make an appointment with me during the listed times that I am in the Special Ed. Office.

 Students must give 24 hours notice for assistance with Exams and Quizzes

 

 

High School vs. College

PREPARING FOR COLLEGE

TIPS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

KNOW YOURSELF

  • Have a goal.
  • Understand your disability
  • Know what has helped you.
  • Obtain current and complete documentation needed to college (High School IEPs and 504 plans are valid for high school only).

 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL

COLLEGE

 

How do students receive services?

 

High Schools must provide services to all identified students.

 

 

College students must request services needed for accessibility. They are not automatically given.

 

 

Who provides, arranges, and pays for disability assessment?

 

 

High School

 

Student

 

Who develops accommodations?

 

High School Teams make decisions to develop IEP’s and 504 plans that state what is needed for a student to be successful.

 

Disability Coordinators determine accommodations necessary for accessibility. They are RAP’s (Reasonable Accommodation Plans) stating what is needed for a student to gain accessibility.

 

Is parental involvement allowed without student’s permission?

 

 

Yes

 

No

 

Are there SPECIAL EDUCATION services (including modified courses or instruction, personal or educational aids, behavioral modifications, or specialized tutoring)?

 

Yes

 

No. All students must meet the essential academic and technical requirements (be otherwise qualified) to enter a program and maintain them to remain in that program. Course content and requirements can not be changed. Classroom protocol must be followed and behavioral standards must be met.

 

 

How are instructors informed?

 

 

High school personnel inform teachers of IEP’s or 504 plans.

 

College students must give copies of their RAP to their instructors. Accommodations do not begin until students notify faculty