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WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE S.E.A.C.?

The S.E.A.C. functions to help parents and members of the community to understand how special education provides appropriate services to meet the needs of students with disabilities.

to assist the Franklin County Public Schools in developing plans for improving performance of children with disabilities;

to participate in the development of priorities for meeting the identified needs of children with disabilities;

to review the policies and procedures for the provision of special education and related services prior to submission to Franklin County Public Schools and the Virginia Department of Education.


WHO MAY SERVE ON THE COMMITTEE?

The committee may be comprised of;

parents/guardians of students with disabilities

public/county human service agency representatives

community/civic organization representatives

business/industry representatives persons with disabilities

The Director of Special Programs and Services, the Instructional Administrator of Special Programs and Services and other staff members from the Department of Special Programs and Services serve as consultants to the committee.


WHO MAY ATTEND S.E.A.C. MEETINGS?

The S.E.A.C. welcomes anyone interested in special education. There is designated time for public comment during the meeting. This is an opportunity to share successful educational experiences and express general concerns regarding educational issues for students with disabilities. All meetings are open to the public.


HOW CAN THE S.E.A.C. HELP YOU?

It can help you understand how to work with the school division and how the Department of Special Programs and Services functions to provide appropriate services to meet the needs of students with disabilities.

Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) Minutes

2016-2017 Meeting Dates 2016-2017 Meeting Dates


HOW CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ATTENDING MEETINGS AND/OR JOINING THE COMMITTEE?

If you would like to talk to someone about the SEAC, or get an application for membership, call Becky Silvey at 540-483-0280.


LINKS:

Autism Every Day -- YouTube Video

Sensory Overload Simulation -- YouTube Video


DEPARTMENT OF PUPIL PERSONNEL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP 2010-2011

MEMBERS

Tammie Witcher, Parent
137 Baker Lane
Rocky Mount, VA 24151


Cindy Shaw, Parent
560 Sweet Briar Lane
Boones Mill, VA 24065


Jennifer Wood, Parent
6775 Franklin Turnpike, Apt. C-7
Glade Hill, VA 24092


Terri Prillaman, Parent/Secretary
15 Hatcher Street
Rocky Mount, VA 24151


Matthew Prillaman, Parent
15 Hatcher Street
Rocky Mount, VA 24151


Candy Witcher, Parent/Community Member
Commonwealth Catholic Charities
541 Luck Ave. Suite 118, Roanoke, VA 24016


Lynne Smith, Community Member
Piedmont Community Services
30 Technology Drive -- Rocky Mount, VA 24151


Monica Yates, Community Member
Piedmont Community Services
30 Technology Drive -- Rocky Mount, VA 24151

Leslie Musgrave, Parent
1108 Colonial Turnpike
Rocky Mount, VA 24151


Angela Hackett-Wade, Parent/Community Member
Commonwealth Catholic Charities 155 Ash Brook Rd
Rocky Mount, VA 24151


Martha Walker, Community Member
FRCO DSS -- 11161 Virgil Goode Hwy
Rocky Mount, VA 24151


Daphney Hancock, Community Member
STEP, Inc. 200 Dent Street
Rocky Mount, VA 24151


Vanessa Prunty , Co -Chair
765 Goldmine Road
Glade Hill, VA 24092


DeeDee Wingfield
1950 Leaning Oak Road
Boones Mill, VA 24065


Vickie Holloway
157 Beverly Hills Drive
Rocky Mount, VA 24151

   

ADVISORS

Gwen Adkins – Director of Pupil Personnel Services

25 School Service Road Ext.

Rocky Mount, VA 24151

Phone: 540-483-0280


Vann Wray – Coordinator BFMS East

375 Middle School Road

Rocky Mount, VA 24151

Phone: 540-483-5105


Becky Silvey – Parent Resource Coordinator

25 School Service Road Ext.

Rocky Mount, VA 24151

Phone: 540-483-0280



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