South County SELPA
The South County SELPA coordinates special education program development and student placements for more than 11,000 students from birth through age 22. We operate in the southern region of San Diego County and member districts include the elementary and high school districts of Coronado, Chula Vista, National, San Ysidro, South Bay, Sweetwater and San Diego County Office of Education programs.
The South County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) is made up of 6-member school districts, along with the San Diego County Office of Education.
The governance structure of the SELPA is established by agreement among the governing boards of the member districts.
Visit this page for more details on the South County SELPA Local Plan and the Superintendents' Council Meetings.
Davila Day School
Davila Day School is specifically designed for children with hearing loss that significantly impacts their speech and/or language development and academic skills.
Davila is the only school in San Diego County to provide the educational options of either auditory/oral or American Sign Language (ASL) to meet the individual needs of every student on one campus.
Community Advisory Committee (CAC)
The South County SELPA's Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is made up of family members, school staff, and agency representatives.
Visit this site to learn more about the CAC, membership details, meeting and informational presentation schedules.
Resources and supports
The South County SELPA and SDCOE, are committed to meeting the unique needs of each student, their parent/care provider, and the educational professionals who support them.
Resources and Supports
Special Education teachers, related service providers, and classified supports are the backbone of our program. We provide support to districts in a variety of ways. Visit this page to learn more.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) PROGRAM
The South County SELPA believes in resolving differences in a collaborative way. The goal of the ADR program is to build a foundation for strong relationships between all stakeholders based on proactive and intentional planning. ADR may be requested by either parent(s) or district. ADR is voluntary and must be agreed to by all involved parties.
South County SELPA Office
680 L. Street Ste. E
Chula Vista, CA 91911
Main Office: 619-470-5252