Special Measures for students with an IEP
For learners who require adaptive accessibility for their education, TAV College provides special accommodations, such as:
- Subsidized tutorials
- Educational planning and management
- Extended assignment deadlines
- Modified exam conditions
If you are a learner who requires accessibility services, please tell us about your special needs. If you have a disability, TAV will make every effort to assist you. If you have a diagnosed and documented disability, you can schedule a meeting with Mrs. Annie Goldstein, our Special Measures Coordinator, to obtain an IEP (Individualized Education Program).
What is an IEP?
An IEP is a written plan describing the special education program and/or services required by a particular student, based on a thorough assessment of the student’s strengths and needs that affect the student’s ability to learn and demonstrate learning*.
*Information provided by the Ontario Ministry of Education.
Checklist for obtaining special measures for tests and examinations
- As soon as you are aware of an exam for which you will require special accommodations, send a Mio to both your teacher and to the Omnivox recipient entitled “IEP TAV” with your request. To send a message to the IEP address in Mio, use the “search by last name, first name, or keyword” option.
- In your message, indicate your teacher’s name, the course title, and the scheduled time and date of the exam.
- Remember that requests made less than three (3) days before the exam will be declined.
- Remember that only requests made by Mio on Omnivox will be processed. Requests made by telephone, email, or at the front desk will not be accepted.
- Make sure you have received a confirmation message via Mio when your request has been approved.
- Remember that only students who have obtained a valid IEP from Mrs. Annie Goldstein will be entitled to special accommodations.
- Take note that all special measure examinations will be held in room B-408.
Request an IEP*
*The Special Measures Coordinator will respond to your request within 48 hours with further instructions and may request additional information.
Updated: April 5, 2022