Rockbridge County Schools are committed to providing all children with opportunities to benefit from a public school education. Special education programs and services are available to county residents who have children with special needs and qualify for support. Services are designed to meet those needs and to provide educational opportunity in the general curriculum to the extent possible.
Age of eligibility for services includes those students whose second birthday falls on or before September 30, and who have not reached their 22nd. birthday on or before September 30 (two to 21, inclusive).
Services are provided to students in the following disability categories as defined by federal and state law: autism, deaf-blindness, deafness, developmental delay, emotional disability, hearing impairment, intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, specific learning disability, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury, or visual impairment including blindness.
Advisory Council - The Rockbridge Area Special Education Advisory Council (RASEAC) serves the schools divisions of Rockbridge County, Lexington City, and Buena Vista City
2020 Parent Involvement Survey
English Version ----- English Version of 2019-2020 Indicator 8 Parent Survey
Spanish Version ---- Spanish Version of 2019-2020 Indicator 8 Parent Survey
2019 - 2020 Private School Parent and Student Perspective Survey
The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) has been charged with developing procedures to measure the academic and functional progress of students enrolled in private schools for students with disabilities through several outcome measures. The purpose of this survey is to solicit input from parents or guardians and students regarding progress since being enrolled in a private school for students with disabilities. Your participation in this survey, as one measurement tool, will assist VDOE in collecting information necessary to measure the individual progress of a student enrolled in a private school for students with disabilities. It is important to note that your response will be recorded anonymously and cannot be personally linked to you or your family.
Parents or guardians who have more than one child receiving special education services in a private school for students with disabilities should submit one survey for each child receiving services.
Parent Survey ----- Private School Survey for Parent
Student Survey ----- Private School Survey for Student