An Identification Meeting will be scheduled within twenty calander days of a Child Study Team referral.  The purpose of an Identification Meeting is to review all available data to determine whether or not an evaluation for Special Education and Related Services is appropriate.
    Notice of a Meeting
    When Evaluation Is Not Warranted
    When Evaluation Is Warranted
    Parent and student are provided notice of a meeting to determine need for evaluation.  The notice includes a copy of the procedural safeguards statement, Parental Rights in Special Education (PRISE).
    A meeting of the child study team, the parent, the student and a general education representative will be convened within twenty calendar days to determine whether an evaluation is warranted.
    Within 15 calendar days of the meeting, the parent is provided with written notice of the determination that the evaluation is not warranted and a copy of the short procedural safeguards statement.
    The student shall be considered identified as potentially a student with a disability (N.J.A.C. 6A:  14-3.3(f)).