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<ul><li><p>1 </p><p> Gayle Garbolino-Mojica, County Superintendent of Schools </p><p>Barbara Morton, Executive Director, SELPA </p><p>Special Education Administrators Committee (SEAC) </p><p> Location Date/Time Placer County Office of Education May 15, 2015 </p><p> PCOE Main Burns Room 8:30am 12:00pm </p><p> 360 Nevada Street, Auburn, CA </p><p>AGENDA </p><p> 1. Call to Order and Establish Quorum </p><p>2. Public Comment This is the time in which anyone in the audience may address the Committee on any item that is not on the agenda. Comments will be limited to three (3) minutes unless the Committee agrees to extend the time beyond three (3) minutes. The </p><p>Committee has the discretion to restrict public comments to those matters it deems relevant to its subject matter jurisdiction. </p><p> 3. Action Items: </p><p>3.1 Approval of Minutes - Approval of Minutes from the April 17, 2015 Special Education </p><p>Administrators Committee (SEAC) meeting is requested. </p><p>4. Discussion Items: 4.1Compliance Update Updates from California Department of Education (CDE) will be </p><p>discussed. </p><p>4.2 Non-Public School (NPS) Update The status of a local review and expansion of another NPS </p><p>will be discussed. </p><p>5. Information Items: 5.1 Staff Development Update Staff Development activities and a summary of workshop </p><p>participants by Local Education Agency (LEA) will be reviewed. </p><p>5.2 Outside Agency Updates Annual Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) renewals will be </p><p>presented. </p><p>5.3 Annual Budget Plan (ABP) and Annual Service Plan (ASP) Both plans are presented for </p><p>review prior to adoption by the Council of Superintendents (COS). </p><p>5.4 Community Advisory Committee (CAC) Update An update on recent and upcoming CAC </p><p>activities will be shared. </p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>SEAC Agenda </p><p>May 15, 2015 </p><p>Page 2 </p><p>5.5 Comments from Committee Members Members can share any important information and/or </p><p>reports with other members. </p><p>5.6 Executive Director Report Updates on committee meetings and other current SELPA </p><p>activities will be shared. </p><p> Accommodating Those Individuals with Special Needs In Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Placer County SELPA encourages those with disabilities to participate fully in the public meeting </p><p>process. If you have a special need in order to allow you to attend or participate in our public meetings., please contact our office at (530)886-5873, well in advance of </p><p>the regular meeting you wish to attend, so that we may make every reasonable effort to accommodate you, including aids or services. Documents distributed for </p><p>public session items, less than 72 hours prior to the meeting, are available for public inspection at the Placer County Office of Education, 360 Nevada Street, </p><p>Auburn, CA. </p></li><li><p>3 </p><p>PLACER COUNTY </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION LOCAL PLAN AREA </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS COMMITTEE </p><p>AGENDA ITEM NO. 3.1 </p><p>MEETING DATE: 5-15-15 </p><p>SUBJECT: Approval of Minutes. </p><p>AGENDA ITEM SUBMITTED FOR: SUBMITTED BY: </p><p> Public Hearing Barbara Morton </p><p> Reports/Presentations </p><p>X ACTION PRESENTING TO COUNCIL: </p><p> Information Barbara Morton </p><p>............................................................................................................................................................ </p><p>Request for Action: Approval of the April 17, 2015 SEAC meeting minutes is requested. </p><p>............................................................................................................................................................ </p><p>BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY: The minutes are attached for review. </p></li><li><p>4 </p><p>PLACER COUNTY SELPA </p><p>Gayle Garbolino-Mojica, County Superintendent of Schools </p><p>Barbara Morton, Executive Director SELPA </p><p>PLACER COUNTY SPECIAL EDUCATION LOCAL PLAN AREA </p><p>Special Education Administrators Committee (SEAC) </p><p>Minutes for April 17, 2015 </p><p>1.0 Call to Order After a quorum was established, the meeting of the Special Education Administrators Committee </p><p>(SEAC) was called to order by Barbara Morton, SELPA Executive Director, at 8:34am in the </p><p>Placer County Office of Education, Burns Conference Room. </p><p> Members Present: Holly Van Doren-Ackerman Charter School District (ACSD) </p><p> Jennifer Lewandowski-Auburn Union School District (AUSD) </p><p> Kristi Ellison-Eureka Union School District (EUSD) </p><p>Karen Everett-Foresthill Union School District (FUSD) </p><p>Ramona Rogers Horizon (HCS)/Partnerships for Student-Centered Learning (PaSCL) Charter </p><p>Schools </p><p>Jean Crouse- Loomis Union School District (LUSD) </p><p>Sue Latham-Newcastle Elementary School District (NESD) </p><p>Marsha Weis-Niegmann-Placer Hills Union School District (PHUSD) </p><p>Elena Dalfavero-Placer Union High School District (PUHSD) </p><p>Debbie Morris-Roseville City School District (RCSD) </p><p>Craig Garabedian-Roseville Joint Union High School District (RJUHSD) </p><p>Anthony Farenga-Tahoe Truckee Unified School District (TTUSD) </p><p>Susan Watkins-Western Placer Unified School District (WPUSD) </p><p>Others Present: Jillian King-SELPA Support Coordinator </p><p> Sonia Moscatelli-SELPA Program Specialist </p><p> Kristi Gregersen-SELPA Program Specialist </p><p> Ann Vollaro SELPA Program Specialist </p><p> Melanie Purdy-SELPA Administrative Secretary </p><p>Susan Watts Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) </p><p>Hillary Albrecht Ackerman Charter School District </p><p>Kristina Royer-Rocklin Unified School District </p><p> Members Absent: Lisa Graham Alta Dutch Flat School District </p><p>Open Position Colfax Elementary School District </p><p>Lynn Barbaria Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District </p><p>Phil Williams - PCOE </p><p>2.0 Public Comment </p><p>There was no public comment. </p><p>3.0 Action: </p><p>3.1 Approval of Minutes </p><p>Craig Garabedian moved to approve the March 20, 2015 minutes and Debbie Morris seconded the </p><p>motion. It was carried unanimously by Aye votes of members present: Holly Van Doren, Jennifer </p></li><li><p>5 </p><p>Lewandowski, Kristi Ellison, Karen Everett, Ramona Rogers, Jean Crouse, Sue Latham, Marsh </p><p>Weis-Niegman, Elena DalFavero, Anthony Farenga and Susan Watkins. </p><p>4.0 Discussion Items: </p><p>4.1 Compliance Update </p><p>Horizon Charter School (HCS) and Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District (DCJESD) are </p><p>currently under Verification Review (VR). HCS has been in VR since spring 2013 and CDE is </p><p>scheduled to conduct its 6th on-site review there. DCJESD currently has only 1 on-site review </p><p>scheduled. </p><p>California Department of Education (CDE) completed a comparison of discipline data submitted </p><p>through California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) and California </p><p>Special Education Management Information System (CASEMIS). LEAs with a ratio of less than </p><p>50% alignment between the two systems were targeted for corrective action which requires data </p><p>analysis and implementation of procedures to align the data entered into both systems. A report, </p><p>which is certified by the SELPA director must be submitted by each LEA. </p><p>Data Identified Non Compliance (DINC) data will be extracted by SELPA and uploaded to CDE. </p><p>LEAs have one week to make further corrections. LEAs were sent an email about how to set up the </p><p>CASEMIS spreadsheet. In that email theres a link for listing delay reasons which must be filled </p><p>out. </p><p>4.2 Behavior Advantage </p><p>Aaron Stabel from Behavior Consultants International presented an overview of the Behavior </p><p>Advantage Program. Aaron has partnered with a programmer to design behavior software called </p><p>Behavior Advantage to help streamline the Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and Behavior </p><p>Intervention Plan (BIP). The software also acts as a training tool and to document evidence-based </p><p>practices. The software streamlines the FBA process by providing an iCloud-based tracking </p><p>system. Aaron will send out a flyer and contact information to each member. </p><p>4.3 Allocation Plan Update </p><p>Both the Executive Committee of the Council of Superintendents (ECCOS) and the </p><p>Program/Business Review Committee (PBRC) have begun discussion on potential changes to the </p><p>Allocation Plan. RJUHSD suggested the option of an Average Daily Attendance- (ADA) only </p><p>model while other PBRC members requested more information on special factors to be considered </p><p>with an ADA-only model. ECCOS members feel the current Allocation Plan is working well but </p><p>are open to discussion if minor changes are suggested. They asked that SEAC discuss the </p><p>Philosophy Statement to determine if the bullet that states we are all responsible for all special </p><p>needs students is still a guiding principle. EUSD does support this statement and shared information </p><p>on the steps they have taken to meet with RJUHSD to better communicate student and program </p><p>needs. Other members also agreed that this remains a guiding principle. Most members are in </p><p>agreement that any proposal should include consideration of special factors such as independent </p><p>study, small district protection, geographic location and preschool. </p><p>A document outlining the differences in the data used to generate Severely Handicapped (SH) </p><p>funding under the current Allocation Plan compared to the data used to generate Low Incidence </p><p>(LI) funding at the state level was also included. </p><p>5.0 Information Items: </p><p>5.1 Staff Development Update </p><p>The Staff Development survey results were distributed and feedback was requested from members </p><p>on additional training to be provided for next school year. Members requested a Tier 2 intervention </p><p>training for students with behavioral needs. SELPA suggested LEA staff also consider the </p></li><li><p>6 </p><p>Educational Services Positive Behavior Interventions Support (PBIS) trainings. SELPA is also </p><p>researching trainings for Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and goals for special education. </p><p>A Diagnostic Center 2015-2016 At-A-Glance Professional Development Opportunities was </p><p>included and members were asked for feedback on which of these training should be offered. The </p><p>Diagnostic Center is available to present at school sites for staff development days. SELPA will </p><p>contact the Diagnostic Center if LEAs are interested. </p><p>Feedback was also requested on Patty Schetters Professional Learning Community (PLC) training. </p><p>Some members still have a need for this but others do not. </p><p>Assistive Technology (AT), Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Specialist </p><p>Training and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) trainings are planned for the 2015-2016 school </p><p>year. In addition, the staff from Ventura County SELPA will present on Patterns of Strengths and </p><p>Weaknesses (PSW) for assessing English Learners (EL) and African American (AA) students. </p><p>5.2 Special Education Information System (SEIS)/California Special Education Management </p><p>Information System (CASEMIS) Update </p><p>SELPA requested feedback from members on any proposed changes to State SELPA or SEIS forms </p><p>by April 30. TTUSD asked for critical forms to be in Spanish. </p><p>5.3 Legislative Priorities </p><p>Legislative Sharing Day is on April 29 and the WPUSD director and 3 CAC members will be </p><p>attending with SELPA staff. The 2015 Legislative Day Priorities were attached for member </p><p>reference. </p><p> 5.4 Community Advisory Committee (CAC) Update CAC and SELPA hosted a Birds and Bees training at the Seavey Center on April 16 with 30 parents </p><p>participating. </p><p>CAC has scheduled a joint planning meeting on October 21, 2015 from 10:30am to 11:30am and </p><p>requested that SEAC members attend. </p><p>The Region 3 Special Education Parent Conference is May 8 and if any parents would like to attend </p><p>please have them contact the SELPA. </p><p>CAC is focusing on recruiting new CAC representatives for the 2015-2016 school year. Its </p><p>important for SELPA governance to have an active CAC Committee with a parent from each LEA. </p><p>5.5 Comments from Committee Members </p><p>RJUHSD requested feedback from members on the Unique Learning System. RJUHSD stated their </p><p>teachers are having difficulty with the math section while RCSD staff are having issues with the </p><p>copying preparation. PCOE is hosting a training on the advanced level on August 6 and 7, 2015 at </p><p>the Seavey Center and members can contact PCOE if staff is interested in attending. </p><p>The agenda for the Regional Program Specialist meeting on April 28 was distributed. </p><p>5.6 Executive Director Report </p><p>SELPA forwarded the annual CDE reminder for graduation requirements to members. </p><p>The legal opinion from Jonathan Reed was sent to all members and SELPA cautions using mental </p><p>health funds for behavior. </p></li><li><p>7 </p><p>Odyssey Learning Center will be raising their transportation rate from $35 to $50 in the 2015-2016 </p><p>school year. </p><p>SELPA met with Sierra School Upper regarding opening a Non-Public School (NPS) in Placer </p><p>County. There are currently 14 Placer County students attending Sierra School Upper in </p><p>Sacramento. Members were polled and it appears Placer County would come very close to the </p><p>minimum of 30 students needed to open a stand-alone school. The population they would serve is </p><p>mainly ASD and ED. Sierra School provides transportation and is able to issue diplomas since they </p><p>are accredited. The next step is to find a facility. </p><p>6.0 Adjournment </p><p> 6.1 The meeting was adjourned at 11:33am. The next SEAC meeting is scheduled for Friday, </p><p>May 15, 2015. </p></li><li><p>8 </p><p>PLACER COUNTY </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION LOCAL PLAN AREA </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS COMMITTEE </p><p>AGENDA ITEM NO. 4.1 </p><p>MEETING DATE: 5-15-15 </p><p>SUBJECT: Compliance Update. </p><p>AGENDA ITEM SUBMITTED FOR: SUBMITTED BY: </p><p> Public Hearing Barbara Morton </p><p> Reports/Presentations </p><p>X DISCUSSION PRESENTING TO COUNCIL: </p><p> Discussion Barbara Morton </p><p>BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY: CDE is conducting several reviews concurrently including </p><p>Verification Review (VR), Data Identified Non-Compliance (DINC) and alignment of CALPADS </p><p>and CASEMIS. Updates including the Annual Submission Process will be presented. </p></li><li><p>9 </p><p>PLACER COUNTY </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION LOCAL PLAN AREA </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS COMMITTEE </p><p>AGENDA ITEM NO. 4.2 </p><p>MEETING DATE: 5-15-15 </p><p>SUBJECT: NPS Update. </p><p>AGENDA ITEM SUBMITTED FOR: SUBMITTED BY: </p><p> Public Hearing Barbara Morton </p><p> Reports/Presentations </p><p>X DISCUSSION PRESENTING TO COUNCIL: </p><p> Discussion Barbara Morton </p><p>BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY: An update on the status of Sierra School opening a facility </p><p>in Placer County will be provided. In addition, the on-site review of Sierra Foothills Academy is </p><p>underway and preliminary results will be presented. </p></li><li><p>10 </p><p>PLACER COUNTY </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION LOCAL PLAN AREA </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS COMMITTEE </p><p>AGENDA ITEM NO. 5.1 </p><p>MEETING DATE: 5-15-15 </p><p>SUBJECT: Staff Development Update. </p><p>AGENDA ITEM SUBMITTED FOR: SUBMITTED BY: </p><p> Public Hearing Barbara Morton </p><p> Reports/Presentations </p><p> PRESENTING TO COUNCIL: </p><p>X INFORMATION Jillian King </p><p>BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY: Updates including attendance by Local Education Agency </p><p>(LEA) staff for 2014-2015 will be provided. A preliminary calendar for trainings scheduled for the </p><p>2015-2016 school year will also be presented. </p></li><li><p>11 </p><p>PLACER COUNTY </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION LOCAL PLAN AREA </p><p>SPECIAL EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS COMMITTEE </p><p>AGENDA ITEM NO. 5.2 </p><p>MEETING DATE: 5-15-15 </p><p>SUBJECT: Outside Agency Updates. </p><p>AGENDA ITEM SUBMITTED FOR: SUBMITTED BY: </p><p> Public Hearing Barbara Morton </p><p> Reports/Presentations </p><p>...</p></li></ul>