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Riverside County SELPA  provides appropriate educational services for individuals with disabilities by working cooperatively with 21 school districts and other public and private agencies. 

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Parent Trainings and SELPA Events

January 24, 2087 - 6:00 - 7:30 pm  TRANSITIONS, brought to you by TVUSD Community Advisory Committee

TVUSD District Office Conference Room Center

Conference Rooms B & C
31350 Rancho Vista Rd., Temecula, CA 92592



The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is mandated by the state of California and is composed of mostly parents, but also includes educators, administrators, and community members who advocate for effective Special Education programs and services.


We also advise the Board of Education on priorities in the Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA.) CAC offers parent education and advocacy training, as well as support for special education programs directed at helping students with IEPs.


This is your opportunity to connect with other parents, school district teachers, and administrators to learn about valuable resources for your family, as well as exchange information and ideas. 

 

CAC flyer with information on trainings.

PROFESSIONAL STAFF TRAININGS

Tuesday, March 13, 2018  -  8:30am -  12:45pm  -  Game Plan: Putting the Mental Health Treatment Plan Into Action

Check in 8:00am - 8:30am  

Temecula Valley Unified School District, Conference Rooms A, B & C                           Flyer with additional information

31350 Rancho Vista Rd., Temecula, CA 92591

Region 10 Training opportunity for School Psychologists, Counseling Staff, Teachers, Administrators, Mental Health Professionals and others interested in treatment planning.

 

Presenter:  Tim Halphide, M.C., L.M.F.T., School Psychologist, Diagnostic Center - Southern California


Treatment Plans? What do I do first? Who does what? Planning for students with emotional behavioral disorders (EBDs) is confusing without systematic implementation. In this course, you'll learn the basics nuts and bolts of setting up your school's EBD classroom/specialized program. You'll prepare a treatment plan from scratch for one or more of your students, and learn the week-by-week system for integrating treatment planning components.

Participants will:

1.   Prepare a variety of materials for direct instruction and behavioral management.
2.   Identify measures to determine students' functional needs, success levels, motivation, growth, and readiness for academic rigor.
3.   Turn academic subjects into less aversive meaningful tasks that fit needs.
4.   Identify staff roles, needed skills, and responsibilities.
5.   Learn technology to improve student attention, engagement, and work production.

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Notice of Procedural Safeguards and Parents' Rights    Aviso de Garantías Procesales y Derechos de Los Padres

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Rights of Students with Disabilities
 

S.E.A.L. Program information -
Temecula Valley Unified School District offers a variety of special education programs.  The Social Emotional and Academic Learning (S.E.A.L.) program is a special education program that meets the needs of students with social emotional weaknesses that interfere with their ability to access their education.  There are S.E.A.L. programs at the elementary, middle, and high school level.  Please see the following brochure links for further information. S.E.A.L. Elementary   S.E.A.L. Middle School    S.E.A.L. High School