Welcome to Brocton Central School Special Education Department
Brocton Central School's Special Education Department continues to be up and running with CSE and 504 meetings during the school closure. If you have a meeting scheduled or are slated to have one scheduled, someone from the office will be in contact with you.
If you have any specific questions regarding your child's IEP or 504 plan, please contact the Special Education Office at 716-792-2132
Hello BCS Families,
We are hoping that you would be willing to help our Special Education Department out in a significant way during this time of school closure. Brocton CSD was identified as a school required to collect data on parent involvement in CSE meetings during the 2019-2020 school year. Typically, this survey would be given to you after a CSE meeting to complete. With the change in how we are delivering CSE meetings, we will now be mailing these home after the meeting for you to complete. There are approximately 20-25 questions on the survey regarding your experiences with the CSE process at Brocton CSD. You may complete this in the hard copy survey or online. The link for this survey can be found at http://parentsurvey.potsdam.edu/. You will need to enter your specific number on the bottom of the hard copy of the survey online (You can call our office or email for this number). This survey is anonymous and your information is not directly shared with the district. Our goal is to have approximately 60 surveys submitted by June 30, 2020. If you have already completed and submitted your survey, THANK YOU! For those of you who have not yet completed or received a survey to complete you will be getting one and your cooperation in collecting this information is greatly appreciated.
You can call or email our special education secretary - Jenn Starcher at 716-792-2132 or email@example.com
Thank you for all that you do to partner with our office. We cannot do it without you!
Brocton Special Education Department
The Brocton Central School District is committed to a safe and supportive learning environment that strives to maximize educational opportunities for all students, faculty, staff and community members. The Board of Education recognizes the individual differences in the intellectual, social, emotional and physical development of the students attending school within the District and strives to nurture responsibility, creativity, energy, and open-mindedness to empower successful contributors to a global society. The district is committed to the development and implementation of an appropriate education for students with disabilities.