Homebound instruction shall be made available to students who are confined at home or in a health care facility for periods that would prevent normal school attendance based upon certification of need by a licensed physician or licensed clinical psychologist. For students eligible for special education or related services, the Individualized Education Program committee must revise the IEP, as appropriate, to direct off-site instruction.
For information about Homebound services click on the link below.
This handbook has been developed to provide guidance for school divisions in the provision of homebound instructional services to students who are confined at home or in a health care facility. For the purposes of homebound instructional services, “confined at home or in a health care facility” means the student is unable to participate in the normal day-to-day activities typically expected during school attendance; and absences from home are infrequent, of relatively short duration, or to receive health care treatment.
If you interested in finding out if your child is eligible for Homebound Instruction contact the administrator at your child's school. The school administrator will provide you with a form and explain the process. You can download the form at the bottom of the page.
Dr. Michael Brown Principal McHarg Elementary School 540-731-3696
Tara Grant Principal Belle Heth Elementary School 540-731-3653
Ken Keister Assistant Principal Belle Heth Elementary School 540-731-3653
Jerry King Principal John Dalton Intermediate School 540-731-3651
Jeff Smith Principal Radford High School 540-731-3649
Darden Freeman Assistant Principal Radford High School 540-731-3649
If you have any questions you can also contact David Sable, Director of Pupil Services at email@example.com or call 540-267-3223.