Student Services - Regular Education Homebound

Student Services - Regular Education Homebound

Regular Education - Homebound

Rowan-Salisbury School System provides a program of instruction to support school-aged students who are unable to attend classes due to injury or illness. To be eligible to receive homebound instruction a student must be or is anticipated to be absent for an elongated period, substantiated by a treating physician.

Homebound is not designed to support students with brief absences of less than ten (10) consecutive days.  Students must be enrolled in a Rowan-Salisbury School System public school to be eligible for the services. Students receiving homebound support remain enrolled in their assigned school within the Rowan-Salisbury School System and remain the responsibility of the assigned school of enrollment. Books and assignments are provided by the student’s assigned school, and work completed during homebound will be returned to the assigned school for grading and credit.

It is important to note that Homebound is a temporary service for students with health issues preventing school attendance.  Homebound does not offer a full comprehensive range of courses and as a result a student may be unable to complete all requirements for graduation while on homebound.  Homebound services will be reviewed every thirty (30) days. The school system reserved the right to request updated medical information when determining whether homebound services need to be extended beyond the initially approved length of time.

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