Attend CAC (Community Advisory Committee) or SEAC (Special Education Advisory Committee) meetings or join as a member!
Be a parent Special Education leader. California Education Code requires each SELPA to have a Community Advisory Committee for Special Education whose members are both parents and professionals. CACs have several functions including advising the SELPA on Special Education and providing parent education. Meetings are open to the public. See below and check with your SELPA for meeting times, dates and locations.
Let Your Voice be Heard! Attend Special Education parent meetings.
Dates, times, locations and additional meetings are subject to change. Please view the CAC or SEAC websites below for the most current information:
- Marin SEAC: https://www.marinschools.org/domain/92
- Napa CAC, See brochures in English and Spanish:
Brochure (English) https://www.napacoe.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/CAC_brocure_eng.pdf
Brochure (Spanish) https://www.napacoe.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/CAC_brocure_spa.pdf
- Solano CAC: www.solanocountyselpa.net/parents/cac
- Sonoma CAC: www.sonomaselpa.org/pub/selpa_docs/cac.html
Brochure: English https://www.sonomaselpa.org/res_files/2019-20_CAC_Brochure_Engv2.pdf
Brochure: Spanish https://www.sonomaselpa.org/res_files/2019-20_CAC_Brochure_Sp.pdf
- Vallejo County CAC: https://vcusd-ca.schoolloop.com/sped
The Department for Special Education and the Vallejo City Unified School District SELPA CAC
707.556.8921 x 50149