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Chapter 162

Effective - 14 May 2009, see footnote bottom

  162.1125.  Kaitlyn's law — certain IDEA students may participate in graduation ceremonies and related activities. — 1.  The provisions of this section shall be known and referred to as "Kaitlyn's Law".

  2.  Each school district that operates a high school shall establish a policy and adopt procedures that allow a student eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act who will have completed four years of high school at the end of a school year to participate in the graduation ceremony of the student's high school graduating class and all related activities if the student's individualized education program prescribes special education, transition planning, transition services, or related services beyond the student's four years of high school, and the student's individualized education program team determines the student is making satisfactory progress toward the completion of the individual education program and participation in the graduation ceremony is determined appropriate.  The policy and procedures shall require timely and meaningful written notice to children with disabilities and their parents or guardians about the school district's policy and procedures adopted in accordance with this section.

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(L. 2009 H.B. 236 § 162.1380)

Effective 5-14-09


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