Students with Exceptional Needs

Each student is unique with their own set of strengths and areas for growth.  Some students may have documented needs leading to eligibility for specialized services.  Online instruction can accommodate some of those needs; however, others are better served in a physical space.

Students with Disabilities
Students with disabilities documents on an IEP or 504 plan may be served in a variety of ways.  Certain accommodations, such as extended time or modified assignment length, will be provided by the teacher of record assigned in BCSOS. A licensed intervention specialist through BCSOS will be assigned to support implementation of the student's IEP.  Specific service provisions will be discussed during an IEP review meeting.

Students who are Gifted
Students gifted in areas that align with district-provided services may access those services by maintaining enrollment in their original school.  Elementary gifted services, middle school gifted ELA, compacted middle school math, and high school honors and Advanced Placement courses (except AP Calculus and Physics)  are not available for students enrolled in BCSOS.

Students who are English Learners
Students who are designated as English Learners under federal law will be provided access to support services in accordance with their needs.

Students in Need of Reading Support Under Third Grade Reading Guarantee
Students in grades K through 3 who are required to have a Reading Improvement and Monitoring Plan (RIMP) based on their fall reading diagnostic assessment will receive a RIMP under Ohio law.  Reading support services will be provided in the manner outlined on the RIMP.