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Contact Us

Jeff Weiss, Director

jweiss@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Phone:  925-513-6319

Fax:  925-513-8634

 

Lynelle Russell, Secretary

lrussell@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Phone: 925-513-6317

Fax: 925-513-8634

 

Anna Foster, Secretary

afoster@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Phone: 925-513-6318

Fax: 925-513-8634

 

Mark Baldwin, Program Specialist  (Adams, Edna Hill, Ron Nunn, Brentwood Elementary, Krey)

mbaldwin@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Phone:  925-513-6300 ext 2273

Fax: 925-513-8634

 

Robyn Byrd, Program Specialist (Preschool)

rbyrd@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Phone: 925-513-6309

Fax: 925-513-8634

 

Brooke Gettig, Program Specialist (Bristow, Mary Casey Black, Marsh Creek, Pioneer, Loma Vista)

bgettig@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Phone: 925-513-6300 ext 2250

Fax: 925-513-8634

 

Shannon Hendricks, Fiscal Analyst

shendricks@brentwood.k12.ca.us

Phone: 925-513-6309

Fax: 925-513-8634

Common Abbreviations and Terms

ABA

Applied Behavior Analysis

AAC/ATT

Augmentative & Alternative Communication/Assistive Technology Team

ADA

Americans with Disabilities Act or Average Daily Attendance

ADD

Attention Deficit Disorder

ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

ADR

Alternative Dispute Resolution

APE

Adaptive Physical Education

AT

Assistive Technology

CAC

Community Advisory Committee

CAHSEE

California High School Exit Exam

CAPA

California Alternative Performance Assessment

CARS+

California Association of Resource Specialists and Special Education Teachers

CAT-6

California Achievement Test, 6th Edition

CBI

Community Based Instruction

CCR

Coordinated Compliance Review

CCS

California Children’s Services, provides OT (Occupational Therapy), PT (Physical Therapy), Speech and other services to students meeting eligibility criteria

CDE

California Department of Education

CEC

Council for Exceptional Children

CFR

Code of Federal Regulations

CH

Communicatively Handicapped

CMA

California Modified Assessment

CMH

County Mental Health

COE

County Office of Education

Composite of Laws

California Education Code containing Special Education Laws

CP

Cerebral Palsy

CST

California Standards Test


CCSS

Common Core State Standards

DCN

Diagnostic Center North

DHH

Deaf/Hard of Hearing

DDS

Department of Developmental Services

DIS

Designated Instruction Services, same as “related service”; commonly includes OT, PT, Speech Therapy, and Adaptive PE

ECSE

Early Childhood Special Education

ED

Emotionally Disturbed

ELL

English Language Learner

ESL

English as a Second Language

ESY

Extended School Year

FAPE

Free Appropriate Public Education

FIEP

Facilitated Individualized Education Program

GATE

Gifted and Talented Education

HH

Hard of Hearing

HI

Hearing Impaired

IA

Instructional Assistant

IDEA

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

IEE

Independent Education Evaluation

IEP

Individualized Education Program

IFSP

Individualized Family Service Plan (0-3 years old)

ID

Intellectual Disability

ISP

Instructional Support Plan

ITP

Individualized Transition Plan

KPI

Key Performance Indicators

LD

Learning Disabled

LEA

Local Education Agency

LEP

Limited English Proficient

LH

Learning Handicapped

Local Plan

A legal document that describes in detail how the special education local agency will implement special education laws and regulations within its jurisdiction

LRE

Least Restrictive Environment

MH

Mental Health Services

NCLB

No Child Left Behind

OH

Orthopedically Handicapped

OHI

Other Health Impaired

O & M

Orientation and Mobility

OT

Occupational Therapy

Part C

Services to 0-3 year olds

PT

Physical Therapy

P.L. 94-142

Education for All Handicapped Children Act (Federal Law)

RCC

Regional Coordinating Council

RCEB

Regional Center of the East Bay

Related Service

See DIS

ROC/P

Regional Occupation Center/Program

RSP

Resource Specialist Program

SBE

State Board of Education

SDC

Special Day Class

Section 504

Section of the Civil Rights Law (Rehabilitation Act of 1973) pertaining to Special Education

SELPA

Special Education Local Plan Area

SESR

Special Education Self Review

SH

Severely Handicapped

SIP

School Improvement Program

SLD

Specific Learning Disability

SMH

Severely Multiply Handicapped

SST

Student Study Team (Student Success Team, etc.)

Title 5 Regulations

California regulations concerning special education laws

VH

Visually Handicapped

VI

Visually Impaired

VM

Visual motor skills: the ability to coordinate vision with body movement