TITLE 89: SOCIAL SERVICES
CHAPTER IV: DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER f: EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
PART 827 RULES OF CONDUCT, DISCIPLINE, SUSPENSION AND DISCHARGE PROCEDURES
SECTION 827.50 DISCHARGE
Section 827.50 Discharge
A student may be discharged from a State School when:
a) The student graduates from high School.
b) The student reaches age 21. The student who becomes 21 during the school year shall be allowed to complete that year.
c) The student's parents move out of State, unless a parent is a member of the armed forces.
d) The student's parents request the discharge.
e) It has been determined through a multidisciplinary case study evaluation conducted in accordance with Section 827.60 that the student is inappropriately placed.
f) The student is absent for 60 consecutive school days and the parents either cannot be reached or will not provide information indicating the reasons for the absence or the anticipated date the student will return. In such cases, the State School shall contact the local school district about whether the student will return (e.g., due to long term hospitalization, death, change of residence) and request assistance in locating and/or working with the parents.
g) The student is expelled for behavior or a condition that is not, or does not result from, his or her disability(ies), as defined in the State Board of Education's rules Special Education (23 Ill. Adm. Code 226.552).
(Source: Added at 23 Ill. Reg. 10249, effective August 10, 1999)