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  • Wendy Martin-Johnson ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT OF STUDENTS SERVICES

    Stafford County Public Schools Department of Student Services is a fundamental part of the school division as we provide highly specialized programs, services, and supports to our students, faculty, and families. Our department comprises Early Childhood Special Education, K-12 Special Education and Related Services, Instructional, Behavioral & Emotional Support, Section 504, Counseling Programs, and Health Services. We link closely with the Department of Learning and Organizational Development, Assessment and Accountability, Human Resources, and Technology in an effort to maintain high standards of academic excellence and innovative programs for all students.

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  • "Your Voice Matters:  Special Education Parent Survey School Year 2016-2017"
     
    Each school year, the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is required to report to the U.S. Department of Education the "Percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with disabilities."  This survey is not intended to measure satisfaction with the special education process.  Rather, this survey is asking you to reflect upon your experiences during the 2016-2017 school year and respond to the following statement: "My child's school helped me become involved to improve services and results for my child with a disability."  (Strongly Disagree to Strongly Agree metric). It is important to note that your response to this survey is being collected anonymously and cannot be personally linked to your child.  Additionally, you may also access this survey question online at the following web site: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VDOE2017English .  The online survey will also provide you with an opportunity to address in more detail, specific experiences with your school during the 2016-2017 school year.  If you have questions or would like to complete a paper version of the online survey, please contact Gloria Dalton, via telephone, at (804)371-7420, or via email, at Gloria.Dalton@doe.virginia.gov.

     

    Stafford County Public Schools engages in a public awareness campaign in to identify children or youth who may be suspected of having a developmental delay or a disability.  This includes students enrolled in private schools, who are home-schooled, who are highly mobile, migrant, or homeless, or who will be incarcerated in a regional or local jail for more than ten days.  Referrals for special education can be made by anyone concerned with a child's educational performance including a parent, teacher, community agency, or school official. Please contact the Child Find office or Department of Student Services at 540-658-6500.

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  • The Myers Drive Respite Care Group Home is a local respite program for adults (18+) with an intellectual disability.  

    Click here for a brochure. 

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