SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT - LUNENBURG COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

1009 Main Street P.O. Box 710
Kenbridge, VA 23944
Phone: 434-676-2467
Fax: 434-676-6167

Dr. Andrea R. Shell
Coordinator of Elementary Special Education
andrea.shell@k12lcps.org

Miss Jessica Putnam
Coordinator of Secondary Special Education
jessica.putnam@k12lcps.org

Ms. Hope Hancock
Secretary - Special Education
hope.hancock@k12lcps.org

Ms. Shakeyau Jackson
School Social Worker
shakeyau.jackson@k12lcps.org

Mrs. Tanya Braden
School Psychologist
tanya.braden@k12lcps.org

Parent Survey 2021-2022

If you have a child with a disability and are provided special education services through an individualized education program (IEP), please complete the following survey which opens on June 1, 2022:

English Version of 2021-2022 Indicator 8 Parent Survey

 Spanish Version of 2021-2022 Indicator 8 Parent Survey

If you have more than one child receiving special education services please complete a survey for each of your children. This year’s timeline for completion and submission of survey responses is December 16, 2022.

If you have questions or need assistance concerning this survey process, please contact Chiquita Seaborne via telephone, at (804) 225-3898 or via email, at Chiquita.Seaborne@doe.virginia.gov.

ONLINE TRAINING OPPORTUNITY FOR PARENTS, SCHOOL PROFESSIONALS, AND OTHER COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS THAT WORK WITH FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE), through grant funding provided by the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities (VBPD) and assistance provided by the Training and Technical Assistance Center (TTAC) at James Madison University, has developed five web-based training modules for parents, school professionals, and other community stakeholders that work with families who have a child with a disability.

The training modules are accessible at the following web link: I'm Determined - Parents - Critical Decision Points for Families of Children with Disabilities. There are a total of five modules that range in length from three to five minutes, which can be completed in a single viewing or broken up over time to meet individual time constraints.

The curriculum for these modules is also available in print and online. A fully accessible online version is located at the following web link:Virginia Department of Education’s Special Education - Parents Section.