The "Educational History" section of the ILP allows students to keep a record of the schools they have attended as they progress from kindergarten through college.
Beginning in sixth grade, students will record the schools attended from kindergarten to grade six. Each year following sixth grade, this section will be revised and edited to ensure that the list is complete (dates are correct and all schools attended are entered).
By the time the student graduates high school, he or she will have a complete list of the schools attended.
NOTE TO PARENTS:
Sixth grade students will receive an "Educational History" page to complete prior to completing this section in the ILP. This page will help the student compile a list of all schools attended, including the name of the schools, dates attended, and the county/state in which the school is located.
Your child is asked to fill out the paper. However, sometimes students do not remember the information, especially if there have been several schools attended. Your child is allowed to ask for your help to complete this page in order to gather the information he or she will need to enter in the ILP.
If your child asks for your help, please assist your child by providing the information he or she needs to complete the form.
Educational History papers need to be returned on or before the due date. If this paper is not turned in on time, it will delay the process of the class beginning the ILP, which puts the entire class behind on completion of the ILP. Please make sure your child has this paper ready to turn in by the due date or before.