"Obtaining Success in the Least Restrictive Environment"
Through collaborative partnerships with parents, educators, and the community, the Office of Exceptional Education supports the implementation of a rigorous curriculum for a diverse student body such that all students are positive contributors in a global society.
Through professional development, training, and technical assistance, the Office of Exceptional Education strives to provide a continuum of services to ensure all students have a quality education that meets their unique needs; and prepares them to be productive, contributing members of a global society.
The Office of Exceptional Education endeavors to:
- Promote partnerships
- Provide guidance and feedback
- Foster family outreach efforts
Family Engagement in Education
No matter how little or how much time you have, you can still have a positive impact on your child's education at school and at home. November has been recognized as "Family Engagement Month." We have some resources that we hope will help you become more active in you child's education.
The Family-School Partnership Resources is compiled by the Virginia Department of Education's Family Engagement Network (FEN). You will find links to many resources available to parents. Family-School Partnership Resources
The flyer from the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) provideshints and tips on how to become involved at school. Click Here.
Parent Child Advocate Program
The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community Counseling Services will hold a Parent Child Advocate Program on Saturday, January 21, 2017 for parents and their children with a hearing loss, along with professionals, advocates and friends of those children. Please see the attached flyer for more information and registration information.
Exceptional Education & Student Services
301 North Ninth Street
Richmond, VA 23219-1927
Fax: 804.780.6869 or 804.780.5517