Parent Involvement Survey

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is pleased to announce that the 2014-2015 Parent Involvement Survey for the Annual Performance Report, Indicator 8 is ready for dissemination and collection.

The collection window for the survey can begin immediately and extend until September 30, 2015.  During the collection window VDOE will engage in a number of technical assistance outreach efforts to parents and parent organizations to ensure that every parent of a child with a disability in the Commonwealth has the opportunity to participate in the survey. VDOE has set a goal of significantly increasing the responses from families who have children with disabilities in Virginia.

Thank you for your ongoing commitment to ensure that we involve each parent in his/her child’s special education program.  If you have questions or need assistance concerning this survey process, please contact Hank Millward at (804) 371-0525, (

Survey links:

SEAC Meeting

Please join us!!! and pass this along to parents!

When:   Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Time:     6:00 p.m.

Where:  Caroline High School – library

Now’s the time to be part of a wonderful committee to improve the education for students with disabilities.  We will be reviewing the 2015/2016 Annual Plan.  Be a part of the solution!  Get involved!  We are looking for parent representatives from each school.  The Special Education Department needs your voice in shaping the future.  

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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, and SEACs provide reports and recommendations to their school boards.

The Caroline County Special Education Advisory Committee works with the school board, administrators, parents and teachers who are responsible for students receiving special education services.  

  • To advise the local school system of the needs in the education of children with disabilities 
  • To assist the local school system in the development of long-range plans which will provide needed services for children with disabilities 
  • To submit periodic reports and recommendations regarding the education of children with disabilities to the local school board. 
  • To review annually the school system’s updated special education plan and application for federal funding.  To hold a minimum of six regular meetings, which is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC