Each Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) develops a Local Plan that describes how it provides special education services. The North Region SELPA Local Plan will be reviewed and updated during the 2019-20 school year to align with recent Education Code requirements.
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Parents, family members, and others interested in children with special needs are welcome to attend CAC meetings. Meetings follow an open, relaxed format and often include informational presentations, discussion, and Q & A. Presentations address significant issues identified by parents through a needs assessment. There are also opportunities for networking among attendees.
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The North Region SELPA staff and all member Districts stand united with students, staff, local communities, and everyone across the U.S. who has experienced racial bias, hatred, violence, and discrimination. I challenge myself and those around me to go further with our actions to stand up to bigotry, hatred, intolerance, and violence. I hope when we look back on 2020 we see how the focus on two viruses (that of Covid-19 and that of systemic racism) caused a tipping point toward making our society a healthier one. In the meantime, we take action as individuals, schools, districts, and communities to refuse (and support others to refuse) racism in whatever sphere of influence we have -- Katy Babcock, North Region SELPA Director. See North Region SELPA District and School Board messages through link.
In accordance with CA Code Section 56205[b] and 56205[b], this serves a public notice that the Policy Board of the North Region Special Education Plan Area (SELPA) at its next regularly scheduled meeting, will be reviewing and adopting • The 2020-21 North Region SELPA Annual Service Plan, and • The 2020-21 North Region SELPA Annual Budget Plan. The Meeting will be held on May 21, 2020, from 10:00am to 12:00pm via Zoom link (see attached notice).
Resources to support school closure/distance learning for students with Autism.
Joan Ralph, Behaviorist with the Alameda Unified School District, named East Bay Regional CAPTAIN Implementation Lead
Teaching students what to do instead of the challenging behavior and making sure there are supports in place for the new, appropriate behavior can lead to improvements.
Time: 10 AM – 12 PM
Location: Piedmont Unified School District Board Room, 760 Magnolia Avenue, Piedmont CA 94501