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  Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)

SEAC advises the local school division of student needs and assists the school division in formulating plans for improving the performance of children with disabilities in the divisionís schools and communities. 
The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) of Hanover County Public Schools is always looking for interested parents and community members to join them in their mission of promoting educational excellence for students with disabilities. 
If you would like to join the Hanover County SEAC please complete the membership application.  Applications must be received by May 15.

                             Meeting Schedule for 2016-17 School Year
All meetings are open to the public. This is an opportunity to share successful educational experiences
and express general concerns regarding education issues for students with disabilities.

General Business Meetings

 Subcommittee Meetings

11/14/2016  -  1/2/2017  -  3/6/2017  -  4/24/17  -  6/5/2017             

  For more information about the Special Education Advisory Committee, please contact the Hanover County Public Schools Parent Resource Center at 365- 4596, or Debra Holloway, Chairman, at (804) 938-9381.


 to receive updates from the PRC. 

About SEAC

What is SEAC?

SEAC Bylaws

2016-2017 Committee Members

SEAC Membership Job Description

SEAC Membership Application

Minutes from  SEAC Business Meetings


September 2015 
  - Director's report
Aug. 2015 Review of
    advisory committees

- State SEAC report

November 2015 
   - Director's report
- Dr. Steve Tonelson's presentation on PBIS

January 2016
   - Director's report

March 2016
   - Director's report

June 2016
   - Director's report


September 2016
 - Director's report

October 2016
 - Director's report
 - Resources for Inclusive

December 2016

Next Level Transition Consulting's presentation on Transition Options

*Please note the Medicaid Waiver information in this presentation is no longer accurate. Click here for up to date information on this topic.




PowerPoint & other Presentations

Early Intervention & Early Childhood Special Education

Parents Guide to IEP Meetings

Extended School Year (ESY) VS. Summer School

IEP Decisions re: the Related Service of

Effective Assessments for Meaningful Transition Planning

Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Toolkit

Main Transition Assessments Used

Transition from School to Adulthood
- Dr. Paul Wehman