The Virginia Department of Education assists school divisions in understanding the Virginia Code
and Regulations regarding local SEACs and insures through each division's Annual
Plan that every school division has an operational local SEAC. For information or
assistance from VDOE, contact Suzanne Creasey by email Suzanne Creasey or mail to the Virginia Department of Education, P.O. Box 2120, Richmond, VA 23218.
The Center for Family Involvement at the Partnership for People with Disabilities at VCU is committed to supporting local SEACs. For information or assistance from the Center for Family Involvement contact Melanie Sterling at the contact information above or through mail at Center for Family Involvement/Partnership, VCU, PO Box 843020, Richmond, VA 23284-3020.
Assistance is available by telephone and e-mail
from experienced staff at the Virginia Department of Education and the Center for Family Involvement at VCU.
They can be reached through the contact information listed on the Contact page.
There is value in SEACs connecting with other SEACs in their region for:
- on-going discussion about educational issues
- sharing information
- planning joint training events
If you want more information on the SEAC in your county or city you may also contact your state SEAC parent representative. A list of State SEAC representatives can be found at www.doe.virginia.gov/boe/committees_advisory/special_ed/committee_members.pdf. Or you may contact your school division's Director of Special Education by clicking on the Virginia School Division's link and finding your school division Virginia School Divisions