Special Education

View Students imageColusa County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) provides program services in Colusa County to meet the needs of students, birth through age 21 who qualify by federal or state standards as handicapped within Colusa County. Services are provided in home, education-based centers, and school sites.


Special Education is:

  • Evaluation and identification of the student's special needs and progress
  • Comprehensive testing in a multidisciplinary modality
  • Specialized classroom consultation for general education teachers
  • Special class instruction at the preschool, elementary, middle school, high school and young adult (18-22 years) level
  • Special services such as speech therapy, health service, adaptive P.E.
  • Inservice training for general education staff and parents
  • Early intervention services for infants ages 0 to 3 years who have a solely-low-incident disability
  • Pre-employment training through the Workability grant
  • Transition services for high school age students moving to the adult world of work
  • Job placement in the community
  • Specialized equipment for use in the classroom
  • School health and nursing services
  • Health screenings
  • Assessment of communicable disease
  • Specialized health care needs
  • Health issues and safety on the school site
  • Health education

Learn about the WorkAbility Program.  It works!

Learn about the Community Advisory Committee (CAC)

SELPA Information Coming Soon

  • SELPA Council and Executive Committee Meetings

  • SELPA Local Plan

Contact Information:

Assistant Superintendent/SELPA Director - Chuck Wayman
499 Marguerite Street, Suite A
Williams, CA  95987
PHONE (530) 473-1350 option 4
FAX (530) 473-1342

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