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Office of Special Education
 
 
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act


Providing a Free and Appropriate Public Education


Vision Statement

All students will have an equal opportunity to learn.


Mission Statement
The mission of the Office of Special Education in Prince William County Public Schools
is to support schools as they provide an equal educational opportunity for all students.

The goal of this Web site is to provide you with a user-friendly and informative online experience that reflects 21st Century communication solutions and learning experiences for all stakeholders in the Prince William County community.

This site is a reference for parents, students, and staff. Our goal is to assist you in your research regarding Child Find Services, proactive intervention resources, procedures for assessment and eligibility for special education, disability information, Individual Education Program (IEP), and transition information.

We have added new online support for teachers. It is our goal to be able to provide instructional experiences through webinars and interactive tutorials.

We encourage you to visit frequently for new postings. If you have any comments or suggestions about how the Office of Special Education can better serve you please do not hesitate to contact us.

Follow the side navigation links to get started. 


Special Education Leadership Cohort - Information Session​

When: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Where: Kelly Leadership Center Atrium

14715 Bristow Rd, Manassas, VA 20112
 
Click here to see the information flyer.

 


 

Required Training Standards for Paraprofessionals of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

In April 2012, the General Assembly passed House Bill 325, which sets forth training standards for paraprofessionals who work with a teacher who has primary oversight of students with ASD. By September 2014, paraprofessionals must receive training in student behavior management within 60 days of assignment to such responsibility. Virginia Commonwealth University-Autism Center for Excellence (VCU-ACE) offers an online course that meets these requirements. The online course is approximately 15 hours and offers intensive training on aspects of ASD. The May and June classes are already full, so register NOW for the July or August offerings before they fill to capacity!

For more information please visit: http://www.vcuautismcenter.org/training/paraprofessionals.cfm  

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