What SELPA does for districts, families, and students

(209) 468.4925 • Staff Directory

  • • Develops and implements Local Plan for Special Education
  • • Writes and revises policies as required
  • • Provides for parent involvement through the Community Advisory Council
  • • Provides Program/Educational Specialists services
  • • Provides School Psychologists support and services
  • • Provides and coordinates WorkAbility 1/Job Developers/Job Coaches
  • • Provides SELPA and Regional Staff Development opportunities
  • • Management of Assaultive Behavior (MAB) training for teachers/staff
  • • Alternative Dispute Resolution training and services
  • • Individual Education Plan Forms Management: Special Education Information System (SEIS)
  • • Liaison activities with associated agencies
  • • Facilitates the Low-Incidence Equipment committee to approve and track inventory
  • • Produces and maintains publications and information resources
  • • Fiscal administration of Federal and State Grant Funds
  • • Collects and submits Fiscal Data required for Grant Expenditure Reports
  • • Oversees and supports CDE’s Required Self Review process
  • • Maintains compliance with Federal IDEA and State Laws and Regulations
  • • Develops Memorandums of Understanding and Interagency Agreements for Provision of services to students
      lending library services
  • • Provides curriculum materials
  • • Provides assessment materials
  • • Provides Special Education catalogs
  • • Provides career-vocational materials
  • • Provides parent resources