The Pleasanton Unified School District is part of the Tri-Valley Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA), a consortium of participating school districts, which include:
The Tri-Valley SELPA was formed for the purpose of ensuring that quality special education programs and services are available throughout the Tri-Valley. These school districts coordinate services to identified special education children guarantying the provision of special education programs and services of sufficient size and scope as to meet the unique needs of the identified children from birth to 22 years of age residing within the Tri-Valley SELPA boundaries.
Click here to view Tri-Valley SELPA Brochure.
Click her to view Tri-Valley SELPA Did You Know? handbook
Community Advisory Committee (CAC)
Read more about the CAC - Click here to view the CAC/SELPA flier.
SELPA E-Connection – Join Now!
E-Connection is an easy new way to stay connected with what’s happening throughout our local SELPA member districts. SELPA E-Connection is hosted by our administrative unit the Pleasanton Unified SD.
Subscribers will be sent:
- Details regarding upcoming Community Advisory Committee (CAC)/SELPA meetings and workshops approximately two weeks prior to each scheduled meeting or workshop.
- Late-breaking news regarding important special education topics will be sent by the Tri-Valley SELPA staff.
- Non-SELPA workshops, events, etc. offered by non-profit local agencies regarding special education.
The Tri-Valley SELPA E-Connection can be sent to more than one e-mail address. To arrange for more than one address please feel free to subscribe as many times as you wish. This service is our way to stay better connected with the parents, guardians and educators throughout the Tri-Valley SELPA. Click here to join now!
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Please check back for 2013-14 school year!
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Tri-Valley SELPA Joint Powers Board Meeting Schedule
Location: Pleasanton USD District Site, 4665 Bernal Avenue, Pleasanton, CA 94566
Public Session begins at 6:00PM
August 6, 2013 Agenda
Services, Programs, Assessments
For information on services, programs, assessments, etc., contact the special education department in your district of residence. Contact information for participating districts can be found on the Contact Us section.
For Parent Rights/Notice of Procedural Safeguards, there are brochures available in English and Spanish. Click here for the California Department of Education’s Clearinghouse for Multilingual Documents including Parent’s Rights in Chinese, Philipino, and Vietnamese.
For information on the SELPA Community Advisory Committee (CAC) parent support group, information for new special education parents, parent workshops/events, valuable links, terms & acronyms and more, visit the Tri-Valley SELPA website at: http://TriValleySELPA.org
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here to veiw frequently asked questions and answers.
Workability is a grant-funded program that runs through the Pleasanton Unified School District. It provides work opportunities and career education, experience and information to local high school students with disabilities. For more information contact Jacque Barker 925.462.5500 x4112.
2013 Special Education You ‘Make a Difference’ Awardees
The Tri-Valley Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) has announced the 2013 “Make a Difference” Awardees. The “Make a Difference” Awards were established to celebrate the special education youth throughout the Tri-Valley and provide an opportunity for families to acknowledge individuals who have gone “above and beyond” to make a difference in the life of their child with special needs.
The awardees from the Tri-ValleySELPA member districts were honored on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
Congratulations to these special individuals!