A homebound instruction program is a special program in which a teacher serves children in the home, a hospital, a sanitarium or a convalescent home. The program may include, but not be limited to, direct teaching services, correspondence courses, telephone instruction and distance learning technology.
A child may require homebound instruction because of illness, injury, pregnancy or school exclusion (e.g., expulsion).
For a full copy of the district policy on Homebound Instruction, click here.
For questions or more information on Pulaski Community Schools' Homebound services, please contact the Student Services Office at 920-822-6021.