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SPECIAL EDUCATION ADVISORY
Who We Are and What We Do
The Hampton City Schools (HCS) Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is organized and functions in accordance with state and federal laws.
Virginia’s Department of Education states: “The major purpose of SEACs is to provide an opportunity for parents and other school board appointees to have a voice in the way school divisions provide services to students with disabilities. SEACs are extensions of local school boards since members are appointed by them...”
Accordingly, SEAC advises Hampton’s School Board and Superintendent on special education issues and ways in which the school division can make special education services as effective as possible. The committee is a collaborative team of school division personnel, parents, community representatives, and other stakeholders.
Link to Tracey Lee's (VDOE) presentation on Collaboration and Communication Strategies for Parents and Schools at SEAC's March 10, 2020 meeting
Special Education and SEAC Annual Joint Resource Fair (via Zoom)
April 13, 2021 6:00-8:00 p.m.
April 14, 2021 6:00-8:00 p.m.
All meetings are FREE and open to the public;
and, unless otherwise indicated, are held at the Ruppert Sargent Building
One Franklin Street
Veterans' Conference Room, 1st Floor
Hampton, Virginia 23669
Click the YouTube link below to get to SEAC's YouTube channel and view SEAC meetings and/or SpEd Dept. parent trainings, or view on our FB page.
Need a parent committee member to contact you?
Call (757) 727-4943 or send an e-mail to SEAC.
For more special education information, or if you are disabled and need accommodations in order to attend a meeting,
contact the Special Education Department at (757) 727-2400
seven (7) business days before the meeting.
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