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Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC)

The purpose of Special Education Advisory Council is to advise the Student Support Services Director and District administration in the area of special education. It provides a forum for discussion of district, local, state and national programs and policies that affect special education services. SEAC also provides input and recommendation regarding special education services. The council establishes and implements annual goals and provides information and education on special education topics.

The Rochester School Board established SEAC in 1980.

  • The purpose of SEAC is to advise the Director of Student Support Services in the areas of special education.
     
  • SEAC provides a forum for discussion of district, local, state and national programs and policies which affect special education services.
  • SEAC provides input and recommendation regarding special education services. SEAC establishes and implements annual goals.
  • SEAC provides information and education on special education topics.


SEAC Goals:

Goal 1:  Promote recognition, understanding and compliance with special education laws.

Goal 2:  Improve performance of special education students in the district curriculum.

Goal 3:  Develop a clear role for SEAC


2016-2017 Meetings

February 15, 2017
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location:    Mighty Oaks Early Learning School
                 3800 50th Ave SE
Presenter:  Melissa Stenke
Topic:        Overview of ECSE Services

March 14, 2017
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location:      Mighty Oaks Early Learning School
                    3800 50th Ave SE 
Presenters:   Melissa Stenke and Denise Moody
Topic:           Impact of Trauma and ACE's

April 18, 2017
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m
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Location:    Mighty Oaks Early Learning School
                 3800 50th Ave SE
Presenter:  Denise Moody
Topic:        Continuum of mental health services for students



 
 
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