Home and Hospital Program
The Home and Hospital school program is committed to providing students a flexible and motivational educational experience to serve as a bridge between home, hospital, and school.
The Home and Hospital School Program offers educational services for students who are unable to attend his/her home school due to a physical or mental illness where confinement in a hospital or in home is expected to be a minimum of fifteen (15) consecutive school days. An application and doctor’s note is required to qualify for the program.
School is a normal activity for children and adolescents. Success at school helps build in children a sense of self-esteem, normalcy, and responsibility. Our program is here to help your child be successful in school, staying caught up with their schoolwork and educational goals.
Our WCSD Certified teachers collaborate with the student’s school to provide instruction and other services that may be needed. Students may receive up to 5 hours of instruction a week.
When your child is ready to return to school, we are able to provide your child’s teacher, other school staff and classmates information about your child’s illness and experiences while they were in the home or hospital setting. We also suggest classroom modifications and ways to adjust the curriculum to meet your child’s needs.
Our Home and Hospital school teachers look forward to working with your child. If you have any questions about the program or specific educational needs, please contact one of the administrators below.
Jody Rogers- Special Education Administrator
General Education -Refer to the Counseling Department