LG vs. Colonial School District

This is a redacted version of the original hearing officer decision. Select details may have been removed from
the decision to preserve anonymity of the student. The redactions do not affect the substance of the
document.

PENNSYLVANIA
SPECIAL EDUCATION HEARING OFFICER

ODR No. 8854/07-08 AS
LG , Student
Colonial School District

EXPEDITED HEARING

CLOSED HEARING

For the School District:

For the School District:
Colonial School District
230 Flourtown Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19452-1252

Sharon W. Montanye, Esq. Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams 331 Butler Avenue
P.O. Box 5069
New Britain, PA 18901-5069

Date of Due Process Hearing Request: May 14, 2008
Date of Expedited Hearing: June 5, 2008
Date of Receipt of Transcript: June 10, 2008
Date Record Closed: June 10, 2008
Date of Expedited Decision: June 12, 2008
Hearing Officer: Daniel J. Myers

 

BACKGROUND

This case concerns how many weeks in duration the extended school year services (ESY) should be provided to this severely impaired teenager with autism, mental retardation, and pervasive developmental delay. The School District proposes 20 school days of ESY services during the month of July, while the parents request 39 school days over the months of June, July and August. For the reasons described below, I find for the School District.

ISSUE

Should Student receive 20, or 39, school days of ESY services for summer 2008?

 

AS-Colonial-ODRNo-8854-07-08-AS

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