WELCOME TO THE NORTH COASTAL CONSORTIUM FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION (NCCSE)

The North Coastal Consortium for Special Education (NCCSE) is a Special Education Local Planning Area (SELPA) that is composed of 14 school districts in North San Diego County.

News & Announcements

Tech&Tools

Tech & Tools - Maximizing what you have using what you know - August 1-2, 2018

Tech& Tools
August 1-2, 2018

Join us and boost your confidence and comfort level when it comes to using technology and tools available as a support for yourself, teachers, students and in the classroom.

There will be breakout sessions on topics for everyone

  • Personalized Learning
  • Read&Write for Google
  • G-Suite (Google Chrome)
  • iPads & Accessibility
  • SEIS, AAC, ULS and much more!
 

Excellence in Special Education Awards

Community Advisory Committee Awards - May 30, 2018

Community Advisory Committee
Excellence in Special Education Awards

List of the 2018 Recipients

You are invited to attend the NCCSE Community Advisory Committee Excellence in Special Education Awards Ceremony

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
at the North County Regional Education Center 255 Pico Avenue, San Marcos, CA 92069

Please join us in recognizing individuals who demonstrate excellence in their support of students with disabilities.

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Comité Asesor Comunitario
Premiación a la excelencia en educación especial

Lista de los recibidores de premios para el 2018

Esta invitado a asistir a la ceremonia de premiación a la excelencia en educación especial del Comité Asesor Comunitario de NCCSE.

Miércoles 30 de mayo, 2018 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
en el centro de educación North County Regional Education Center 255 Pico Avenue, San Marcos, CA 92069

Acompáñenos a celebrar a los maestros y otras personas
que demuestran excelencia al servir a los esudiantes con discapacidades.

 

Useful Documents

Useful Videos

Adult Transition Program

What are the options students have after graduating from high school? Watch the following video to see a sample of what an Adult Transition Program is.

Parents, students and employers, for more information contact your local school district's special education department.
 

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