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CONTACTS
Simi Valley Unified School District

805.306.4500

SEAN GOLDMAN
Assistant Superintendent
Ext. 4302

ELBA BALAREZO
Student Records, Home Teaching, 504 Plans, Conferences 
Ext. 4313

BETSY CAMACHO
Translation, Spanish
Ext. 4219

RUMANA CHITHIWALA
IBI Clerical Support
805.520.6730 Ext. 2238

EILEEN DUARTE
Executive Administrative Assistant
Ext. 4302

DEBBIE LOOX
Transportation, Test Orders
Ext. 4317

LIZETTE MUNOZ
Assessments, Preschool Aeries
Ext. 4308

LUCY ORELLANA
CASEMIS, SIRAS Support
Ext. 4315

BILL PERRY
TPP Employment Specialist
Ext. 4312

LISA ROBERTS
Health Services Clerk, Purchasing
Ext. 4316

MARCIA SHAFFER
Accounting & WorkAbility
Ext. 4321

Student Support Services

Sean Goldman, Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services  

Sean Goldman

Assistant Superintendent

  

Student Support Services Department

The Student Support Services Department of the Simi Valley Unified School District offers a wide variety of services to help students, staff and parents service students with special needs. We look forward to working with you and your child! Our department is here to assist with a variety of functions including but not limited to:

 

  • Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  • Home Hospital Instruction
  • Student Health and Nursing Services
  • Special Education
  • WorkAbility Program
  • Transition Partnership Program (TPP)
  • Student Transcripts and Records
Simi Valley Starts Transitional Program for Students with Special Needs

We are pleased to announce that the Simi Valley Unified School District's Transition Partnership Program (TPP) launched in August of 2018.   

The Transition Partnership Program builds partnerships between local education agencies and the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) for the purposes of successfully transitioning high school students with disabilities into meaningful employment and/or post-secondary education.

Statewide there are more than 100 Transition Partnership Programs administered through contractual agreements with school districts and county offices of education. Under these agreements, the DOR assigns vocational rehabilitation counselors to be actively involved with the students and local education agencies. The DOR counselor determines eligibility and provides enhanced vocational rehabilitation services for at least one year prior to the student's graduation. The local education agency provides exclusive training and enhanced vocational programming to enable students to achieve employment utilizing community-based instruction, vocational and work-site training, job placement, and follow-up services upon graduation.

Facts

  • Forty percent of the DOR's transition-aged students-consumers are currently served by Transition Partnership Programs.
  • One out of two Transition Partnership Program consumers is successfully employed.
  • Over 50% of the Transition Partnership Program consumers served are Black, Hispanic, multiracial or Asian American; groups that have been historically underserved.
  • As of 2015, Transition Partnership Program consumers constituted over 20% of the DOR's total successful placements.

Bill Perry, the Employment Specialist, coordinates the Transition Partnership Program, which is expected to serve approximately 32 Simi Valley students with special needs. Mr. Perry can be reached at (805)869-8031 or at william.perry@simivalleyusd.org.  You can also learn more at here.

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Transition Resources

Check out these great resources for students preparing for life after high school. VC SELPA tools are for students, parents, and staff. VC SELPA Transition to Adult Life.

SHOTS FOR SCHOOL

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