CN vs. Neshannock Township School District

Pennsylvania
Special Education Hearing Officer

DECISION

Child’s Name: CN

Date of Birth: XX-XX-XXXX

Date of Hearing: January 13, 2010 OPEN HEARING

ODR Case 00574-09-10-LS

Parties to the Hearing:

Ms.
Mr.

Mrs. Connie Fiorante
Neshannock Township School District 3834 Mitchell Road
New Castle, PA 16105

Representative:

James Clark, Esq. 277 Millwood Road Lancaster, PA 17603

Jonathan Solomon, Esq. 421 E. Moody Avenue New Castle, PA 16101

Date Record Closed: January 13, 2010

Date of Decision: January 27, 2010

Hearing Officer:Jake McElligott, Esquire

 

INTRODUCTION AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY

“Student” is a 7-year old student (“student”) residing in the Neshannock Township School District (“District”) who has been identified as gifted under the provisions of 22 PA CODE §§16.1-65 (“Chapter 16”). Parents claim that the District has denied the student an appropriate gifted education due to alleged failures in the student’s gifted individualized education plan (“GIEP”).

ISSUE

Has the District provided an appropriate gifted education plan to the student?

If not, what remedy/remedies are owed to the student?

CN-Neshannock-Township-ODRNo-00574-09-10-LS

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