Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)
What is the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)?
The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) for Richmond Public Schools is a partnership between the RPS school district, parents/guardians of students with disabilities, and vital community stakeholders. The SEAC is mandated, by the state, to advise the district on local issues, present or past policies, and planning. Our vision is to support RPS in creating inclusive educational opportunities for students receiving exceptional education services to ensure that they lead full and engaged lives.
What does SEAC do?
- Collaborates with the school board and schools to offer perspective and assist in planning and decision making.
- Identify and promote the concerns of children with special needs.
- Give advice about the unmet needs in exceptional education.
- Help develop plans to improve the services and progress for students with special needs.
Apply to the SEAC!
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer on SEAC, please click on the google form link below.
Si está interesado en servir como voluntario en SEAC, haga clic en el enlace del formulario de Google a continuación.
Attend the next RPS SEAC meeting!
Do you have a child with a disability?
Do you have concerns or questions about their education?
Come to a SEAC Meeting!
We are parents, educators and community members that partner with RPS to address the needs of students with disabilities.
Next meeting is December 15 at 6:30 pm via Zoom.
Contact us at email@example.com for zoom details or to make comment.