I think I may teach in your county....is it Wake County? I'm a special educator for preschool services, working with blind and visually impaired children. I'm wondering why this is such an issue on the school end - in preschool we are pretty much bending over backwards for physical issues. Obviously, I'm not teaching at the high school level (I used to teach braille in a Middle School, though, so I have some experience with older grades) so I'm not sure about them getting a tutor. What accomodations are on the IEP?
Edited to add: Does your child have a case manager at the high school? Are they advocating for your child and helping her keep up with her homework?
....about her status of OHI: I do feel like it's in her best interest for her teachers to see the paperwork that got her qualified as OHI, and should spell out the nature of her health impairment and how it is affecting her ability to maintain in the classroom/school work. I frequently have students who are OHI for seizure disorders and it's very important for the school nurse to work closely with the teachers to help them know what is and isn't doable for the student.