Educational services for students who are unable to attend school due to illness or disciplinary action.
Out-of-School Support (OSS) consists of homebound instruction, home-based instruction, and temporary academic support. OSS provides continuity of educational services between the classroom and home, health care facility, or other situation for a student who, because of illness or disciplinary action, is unable to attend school. For more in depth information, access the SY 22-23 program profile and/or click on the tiles below.
Out-of-School Support: Homebound Instruction
Homebound services may be provided to students who have a medical condition preventing them from participating in classroom instruction because they are confined to their home or a healthcare facility during the standard school year.
Out-of-School Support: Home-based Instruction
Home-based instruction may be provided to special education students who have been removed from school due to disciplinary or other reasons.
For more information, email the OSS mailbox [email protected] or contact:
- Kelly Brady, Manager – [email protected] (571) 423-4335
- Kristin Dougherty, Educational Specialist – General Education and Discipline Focus – [email protected] (571) 423-4293
- Erica Jones, Educational Specialist – Special Education Focus – [email protected] (571) 423-4257