Special Education Resources
West Orange County Consortium for Special Education
The Fountain Valley School District is a member district of the WOCCSE SELPA, a consortium of local school districts that work collaboratively to provide high quality programs and services for students with special needs.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
THE WEST ORANGE COUNTY CONSORTIUM FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION
ANNUAL SERVICE AND BUDGET PLAN
The Public Hearing to adopt the West Orange County Consortium for Special Education’s 2020-2021 Annual Service and Budget Plan will be held on
May 26, 2020
TIME: 9:00 am
LOCATION: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this hearing will be held via Zoom meeting.
Click here to join the meeting.
The governing body of WOCCSE is the Superintendents’ Council that is composed of the superintendents from each of the five member districts.
Dr. Mark Johnson, Fountain Valley School District
Gregg Haulk, Huntington Beach City School District
Dr. Greg Plutko, Huntington Beach Union High School District
Dr. Carol Hansen, Ocean View School District
Dr. Marian Phelps, Westminster School District
Members of the Superintendents’ Council are responsible to the governing boards of the local education agencies in the SELPA. Policies and procedures adopted by the Council provide direction for all aspects of the SELPA, including uniform practices to be used by the member districts in the provision of special education programs and services outlined in the Local Plan. The Council has fiscal responsibilities for reviewing and approving the WOCCSE budget and the allocation of special education funds to the member districts. Meetings are held four times a year.
What is the Community Advisory Committee - CAC?
The Community Advisory Committee, or CAC, is a group of parents, educators and community members who are concerned with the educational needs of children with disabilities. California is divided into areas called Special Education Local Plan Areas (SELPAs). The CAC serves in an advisory capacity to the SELPA regarding community opinions, concerns and suggestions pertaining to special education and related services to students with disabilities.
To visit the West Orange County Consortium for Special Education (WOCCSE) page CLICK HERE