Promoting Educational Excellence in Safe Schools
IEP & 504 Information
IEP and 504 information for Teachers

Please contact Jen Harrington, RN for your student’s with existing or new IEP’s and 504 plans to see if a health evaluation and/or meeting attendance is needed.   The initial health assessment form is provided to give parents to complete when you send out your paperwork for initial or re-evaluation paperwork.  

Jharrington@pcsdk12.org
Office: 303-679-7707 or x 1014
Cell: 720-951-7148


Statement from NASN (National Association of School Nurses)

The school nurse is the recognized healthcare expert in the school setting (AAP, 2016; ESSA, 2015). School nurses have the unique knowledge and experience essential to evaluate the health of students in order to identify health-related barriers to learning and the accommodations necessary to provide access to education. School nurses work collaboratively with other team members to identify, evaluate, and develop plans for students in need of services. School nurses should be involved in and present at all meetings where an IEP and/or Section 504 plan related to a student’s health condition is being discussed and developed. School nurses are integral to ensuring the civil rights of all students so that they can achieve optimal success and well-being at school (Yonkaitis & Shannon, 2017).

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