Please come and join us on Tuesday, April 29th for a Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) meeting. The meeting will take place at Lord Botetourt High School in the school library at 7 pm. In support of Autism Awareness Month, the SEAC will provide an informational presentation on the characteristics of Autism and give a brief update on the school division’s involvement with VCU/ Autism Center for Excellence. The regular business meeting will take place prior to the presentation at which time the Annual Plan will be presented to SEAC members for review.
The Botetourt County Special Education Advisory Committee functions to advise the school division of needs in the education of children with disabilities. In addition, the SEAC assists in the development of long-range plans, priorities and strategies for meeting the identified needs of children with disabilities. The SEAC is comprised of parents of students with disabilities, representatives of local agencies, community members and school representatives. Your participation is important and greatly appreciated.
You may attend some or all of the SEAC meetings. Our Special Education Advisory Committee meetings are open for public access. If you would like more information regarding your local SEAC, you may contact Julie A. Baker, Supervisor of Special Education, at 473-8263.
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