Overview

  • What is Home & Hospital Teaching?

     
    Home & Hospital Teaching is a short-term instructional service with specific guidelines for participation and implementation. The Home & Hospital teacher works closely with the counselors and teachers to ensure continuity in instructional services while the student is out of school.

    Why Home & Hospital Teaching?

     
    If a student becomes ill and is unable to attend school for four weeks or more, Home & Hospital Teaching can be utilized to enable the student to remain current with classroom content.

     
    Home & Hospital Teaching students are those who
    * are staying home due to certified physical (medical) or emotional conditions;
    * are in a therapeutic center or hospital while convalescing or receiving treatment.

    ​​Who is Eligible for Home & Hospital Instruction?

     
    ​Home and Hospital Teaching services are provided to public school students who are unable to attend school due to a medical or emotional condition for four weeks or more.

Contacts

  • Program Manager, Home & Hospital Teaching

     
    Colleen M. Childscchilds@aacps.org
    410-222-5476
    410-222-5485
    410-222-5480
    TDD - 410-222-5500
    Fax - 410-222-5607

    Administrative Assistant for H&H Services

     
    JoAnn Cager, jcager@aacps.org
    410-222-5476
    410-222-5485
    TDD - 410-222-5500
    Fax - 410-222-5607