The purpose of tutoring is to enable a student to keep up with class assignments for enrolled courses during extended medical illness for a period non less than 14 days in the school year. The tutoring shall replicate the content of the student’s assigned classes. However, such a program shall be reduced if the child’s physician states that a lesser curriculum would be in the student’s best interest.
For the purpose of clarity, the responsibilities of parents and tutors are as follows:
Obtain Physician’s Statement for Temporary Home or Hospital Education Form (28R/3), by contacting the Student Services at 508-885-8515. Return form signed by physician (medical doctor) to the Student Services Department at 302 Main Street, Spencer, MA 01562, or fax to 508-885-8541.
Spencer-East Brookfield Regional School District requires that an adult family member/responsible adult is present at all times while the tutoring takes place at the home.
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Physician must complete the statement for Temporary home hospital education form in it’s entirety. Forms will be returned if the following information is not included:
The date the student was admitted to a hospital or confined to the home;
- The medical reason for the confinement;
- The expected duration of the confinement;
- What medical needs of the student should be considered in planning the home or hospital services.
- Physician's Home/Hospital Form (28R/3)