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Special Education: Nonpublic School Services & Home School Services

The FTCSC provides services through an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) to eligible students enrolled in Nativity Catholic School or Lutheran High School.  If a parent has registered their home as a home school with the Indiana Department of Education the FTCSC provides services through an ISP to eligible home schooled students as well. 

The FTCSC provides a certified special education instructor and a licensed speech and language pathologist to work with the eligible students enrolled in our nonpublic schools.  In addition, the certified special education teacher works with eligible students who are home schooled.  If a home schooled student requires SLP services, the SLP assigned to whichever school would be the home schooled student's school of attendance provides the speech services.  There is also a half-time school psychologist assigned to work with all of our nonpublic school students.  Any student requiring occupational or physical therapy is provided those services as outlined in the student's ISP.  Finally, students who are eligible under blind or low vision as well as deaf or hard of hearing receive their special education services from certified teachers in the given exceptionality area with the certified teacher assigned to the nonpublic schools serving as a liaison as needed (since the TBLV and the TDHH are not in the nonpublic schools as frequently).