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Butte County SELPA
1870 Bird Street
Oroville CA, 95965

Phone: (530) 532-5621
Fax: (530) 532-5920
Email: jdolan@bcoe.org

What IS SELPa?

SELPA MISSION STATEMENT

In 1977, All school districts and county school offices were mandated to form consortiums to provide for all special education services needs of children residing within the region boundaries. Each region, Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA), is required to develop a local plan to provide special education service. The goal of Butte County SELPA is to deliver high quality special education programs and services to students with disabilities in the most supportive, effective, efficient and cost effective manner practicable. SELPA handbookButte County SELPA is dedicated to the belief that all students can learn and that students with special needs must be guaranteed equal opportunity to become contributing members of society. We believe in success for all students and support inclusion in all aspects of life. Our mission is to empower teachers and families to empower students. Student self-determination and independence are strong focuses in our SELPA, as well as strength-based and student-centered planning.  

SELPA SERVICES

WHO DO WE SUPPORT?

Butte County SELPA facilitates high quality educational programs and services for students with special needs and trainings for parents and educators. Our SELPA collaborates with county agencies and school districts to develop and maintain positive, enriching environments in which special education students can succeed. We provide resources such as comprehensive Procedural Guidelines and Mental Health Guidelines. We support program development, coordination and evaluation, as well as offer services to support local dispute resolution, including IEP facilitations and local resolution. Butte County SELPA offers programs and services for individuals with disabilities from birth through 22 years of age in the following LEAs:

Achieve Charter School of Paradise Inc.
Bangor Union Elementary School District
Biggs Unified School District
Butte County Office of Education
Chico Country Day School
Chico Unified School District
CORE Butte Charter
Durham Unified School District
Feather Falls Union Elementary School District
Golden Feather Union Elementary School District
Gridley Unified School District
Manzanita Elementary School District
Nord Country School
Oroville City Elementary School District
Oroville Union High School District
Palermo Union School District
Paradise Unified School District
Pioneer Union Elementary School District
Thermalito Union School District