Parents Making a Difference

Family at a Beach

SpEd Liaison Roster


Who we are

We are the parents, staff and advocates of children reciving special education in the Encinitas UNion School District.  We have volunteered to serve on the Parent Council because we strongly  believe we can make a difference in our community.


To foster the inclusion, respect, and understanding of children with disabilities through innovative programs and community events.


To serve as a support network for students with disabilities and their families.

To facilitate activities and events for all students to raise awareness, acceptance, and understanding of our differences, as well as our similarities. 

To promote communication between special education parents and the school district, including individual school sites.

To serve as a forum to share ideas and information pertaining to special education within the EUSD.

To collaborate with the school community to continually improve the educational opportunities for individuals with special needs.


- Inclusion in Action -

In the classroom,

on the playground,

and beyond!

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EEF Special Education Chapter

The mission of the Encinitas Educational Foundation (EEF) Special Education Chapter is to fund inclusion activities on all nine EUSD campuses, supporting over 800 students with special needs.  SOAR (Sharing Our Acceptance and Respect), mini-grants for staff promoting inclusion in both general and special education classrooms, family social events, and Buddy Benches are a few of the programs supported by the EEF Special Education Chapter.  The chapter is governed by an elected board that includes both parents and district staff.  Click HERE to donate to the EEF Special Education Chapter.     Email:


The North Coastal Consortium for Special Education (NCCSE) is a group of 14 school districts in north coastal San Diego County that collaborate and consolidate resources for special education.  Each district participates in NCCSE's Community Advisory Committee (CAC) by providing two parent representatives and one staff representative. The EUSD Director of Pupil Personnel Services attends CAC planning meetings twice annually and meets with EUSD CAC Representatives regularly.  This team works collaboratively to identify district Special Education priorities as related to the NCCSE CAC framework.