The homebound program is a short-term placement for students expected to miss 11 or more school days due to medical issues. Referrals are processed through the homebound office where a release packet will be provided the parent/guardian to complete and return to the Homebound Office. Then, a medical statement will be sent to the student's physician to complete and return to the homebound office. Once the completed medical statement and information have been received, the school's Support Team / IEP Team / 504 Team will meet to determine homebound placement. The homebound medical case manager will assist the teams in following Knox County Schools' protocol in determining if a homebound placement is appropriate. Students placed on homebound are provided a teacher for assignments and instruction to compensate for time missed and facilitate the transition back into their regular classroom schedule.If you believe your child may require homebound services, please contact your child's school or the homebound office to begin the paperwork.
Dr. Karen LoySupervisorAndrew Johnson Building5th Floor(865) 594-1518 Office(865) 594-1772 Fax
Mendy "Chantelle" Williams, RNMedical Case ManagerAndrew Johnson Building5th Floor(865) 594-8006 Office(865) 594-1772 Fax
Chantay YoungAdministrative AssistantAndrew Johnson Building5th Floor(865) 594-1518 Office(865) 594-1772 Faxchantay.email@example.com