Grossmont Union High School District

Welcome to the Grossmont Union High School District Special Education Department web page! We are pleased to offer this avenue of communication as a way to share information related to special education.

We are committed to working together with parents, students, educators and community members to provide services and supports that enable students with disabilities to benefit from their high school program and transition to adult life and work.

To contact us directly, call the Special Education Department district administration office at (619) 644-8115. 
 
Rose Tagnesi
Rosemary Tagnesi
Director, Special Education
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Parent Survey

Parent Survey

Dear Parents,
Our district along with the California Department of Education strive to continue to make sure our students are receiving appropriate Special Education services. 
Thank you for taking the time to complete this  survey. Your response will help guide our future work to support your student. This survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. You can complete it online by using the QR code on the English and Spanish surveys. If you prefer to have a paper copy mailed to you, please complete this short form.
We appreciate the time you take to provide productive feedback so we can work as a team to better support your student.
 
 
Parent Assurance Letter  - August 2020

Parent Assurance Letter  - August 2020

Incoming 9th Grade Information

Incoming 9th Grade Information

We welcome all our incoming 9th graders. 
 
Welcome Letter
 
Information Slide Presentation, presented with our Feeder Parent Groups
 
 
 
Community Advisory Committee

Community Advisory Committee

The East County Community Advisory Committee is a partnership of parents, educators and community members from 10 East County school districts working together to promote effective special education programs. Through monthly business meetings, presentations, and community outreach, the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) supports policy development, parent education, and community involvement in matters concerning students with exceptional developmental and educational needs.

The primary function of the CAC is to advise school districts in the East County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) on matters concerning students with exceptional needs. The CAC concerns itself with the development of the Local Special Education Plan, and providing and supporting parent education. Please visit the East County SELPA CAC page for information on meeting dates and locations and for contact information. 
 
 
 
East County SELPA

East County SELPA

 
 
Grossmont Union High School District is part of the East County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA). Please visit the East County SELPA website for more information.
 
The 2021-22 East County Special Education Local Plan, Annual Budget Plan, and the Governance and Administration Plan are located on the EAST County SELPA website
 
 
Contacts

Contacts

Resources

Resources

Procedural Safeguards

Procedural Safeguards