LB vs. Wyomissing Area School District


6205/05-06 LS

File Number


Child’s Name


Date of Birth

March 13, 14 and 23, 2006

Dates of Hearing


Type of Hearing

For the Student: Parent(s)

Vivian Narehood, Esq. Gibbel, Kraybill & Hess 41 East Orange Street Lancaster, PA 17602

For the Wyomissing Area School District:

Karen Zerr
Director of Special Education Wyomissing Area School District 630 Evans Avenue
Wyomissing, PA 19610-2636

Andrew E. Faust, Esq.
Sweet, Stevens, Tucker & Katz 331 Butler Avenue
P.O. Box 5069
New Britain, PA 18901-5069

Dates of Hearing: March 13, 14 and 23, 2006

Receipt of Written Closing Statements: April 17, 2006

Date Record Closed: April 17, 2006

Date of Decision: May 2, 2006

Hearing Officer: Daniel J. Myers


Student (Student) is a [preteenaged] child with autism residing in the Wyomissing Area School District (School District.) His parents reject the School District’s most recently proposed December 2005 individualized education program (IEP), and they contend that the School District has inappropriately implemented Student’s IEPs for the last two school years.


Whether or not the School District’s most recently proposed December 2005 IEP is appropriate?

Whether or not the School District has denied a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) to Student IEPs since September, 2004?


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