Warren County Public Schools long-range decision-making as well as day-to-day operational practices are based on the Correlates of Effective Schools.
The Correlates are:
Safe and Orderly Environment: Business like atmosphere, neat and orderly and has a sense of community and school spirit.
High Expectations for Students and Staff: Teachers believe all students can learn. A sense of security and confidence permeates the school environment.
Strong Instructional Leadership: The school administration defines the school mission and goals and consistently communicates these to staff, students, parents, and community.
Clear and Focused Mission: The school purpose and mission are understood and supported by students, staff, parents and the community.
Opportunity to Learn and Student Time on Task: Teachers allocate significant time to instruction.
Monitoring Student Achievement: Schools frequently assess students and programs.
Home, School, and Community Relations: Parents and community support the mission of the school and are provided roles in achieving the mission.
School quality reports are available by clicking on the button below
The Department has produced a series of short videos to help school divisions acquaint parents and the public with the new School Quality Profiles. The videos are available on the Virginia Department of Education YouTube channel.
(Approved by WCPS School Board 06/1/16)
Each school division in Virginia is required to have a Special Education Advisory Committee according to the "Regulations Governing Special Education programs for Children with Disabilities in Virginia." Special Education Advisory Committees are also required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
Our mission is to advise the Superintendent and School Board of any needs regarding the education of children with special needs and disabilities; and,
to collaboratively serve as a resource of support and information for all individuals involved in educating children with special needs and disabilities.
In doing so, we aim to better serve all children within Warren County, Virginia
March 19: Guest Speaker Topic: Mandt
April 16: Training for Parents
May 21: Daytime meeting, Tour Elements
June 4: Program at LFCC, more details to
Meetings begin at 6pm with 45 minutes to an hour of
conducting SEAC business. During the second hour we
typically host guest speakers. Meeting announcements
and agendas are available to the public the week prior to
our meetings. Meetings finish at 8pm.
The Executive Members of Warren County's Special Education Advisory Committee for the 2017-2018 School Year:
|Teaching Member||Colin Miller|
For more information please contact Laurie Adams at: firstname.lastname@example.org