The review was conducted by the SEQA Western New York Regional Office. The review process involved a review of school records of a representative sample of students with disabilities, classroom visitations and interviews. Meetings of the committee on special education were also observed.
The Williamsville Central School District was found in compliance with 96 of the 108 indicators. The six major areas included in the review were as follows:
- IEP Development
- IEP Implementation
- Instruction from Qualified Staff
- Delivery of Special Education Programs and Services
- Behavioral Interventions
- Parental Awareness of Special Education Delivery and Programs
A copy of the report may be obtained through submission of a freedom of information request.
December, 2014 - The New York State Education Department P-12: Office of Special Education has initiated a Special Education Quality Assurance (SEQA) Special Education Programs and Services Focused Review in Williamsville Central School District during the 2014-2015 school year. The purpose of this review is to assess the district’s compliance with selected federal and State laws and regulations governing the education of students with disabilities.
The review will be conducted by the SEQA Western Regional Office and will include representatives from the school district. The review process will involve a review of school records of a representative sample of students with disabilities, classroom visitations and interviews. In addition, meetings of the committee on special education will be observed.
Further information may be obtained by contacting the SEQA Western Regional Office at (585) 344-2002 and/or by contacting Williamsville Central School District at 626-8061.