Employment Resources Incorporated (ERI) maintains a policy of non-discrimination for reasons of race, religion, national origin, gender or handicapping condition. In order to protect the safety and wellbeing of students enrolled in The Gladys H. Oberle School, ERI requires that certain standards of behavior be present. ERI has identified that students who present the following behaviors may not be successful in our program and will not be offered enrollment:
1. Utilize illegal mood-altering substances.
2. Exhibit physical or verbal aggressive behavior which could place themselves or others in jeopardy.
3. Be unable to learn in small, structured settings.
4. Be unable to independently manage their medication.
5. Be unable to consistently follow the Code of Student Conduct.
All students who are enrolled are accepted on a 30-day trial basis. ERI is most concerned that a student’s placement be appropriate to meet his or her academic, behavioral and transition needs. A student’s performance is measured, documented and reported to parents, referring school personnel and others as requested. A decision as to the appropriateness of the placement will take place within the 30-day trial period. Meeting(s) between ERI, the student and parents, referring school personnel and others determined to be integral to the student’s case management may be held to solicit input during this process.
In addition, State law mandates that the following be provided to ERI prior to a student’s enrollment: an up-to-date immunization record and proof that the child has had a physical. Your child will NOT be allowed to attend ERI’s Gladys H. Oberle School until these items are in his/her student file.
I have received and agree to comply with the Enrollment Standards from Employment Resources Incorporated.