Charter SELPA CEO Council

The Charter SELPA CEO Council meets twice a year to discuss changes and improvements to the SELPA’s Local Plan and improvements to the funding structure. During these meetings, the CEO Council votes to approve or decline recommendations from the Charter SELPA Executive Committee. The CEO Council meetings are public and must adhere to guidelines set by the Brown Act, guaranteeing the public’s right to attend and participate in meetings of the local legislative body.

Upcoming Meetings:

  • October 14, 2021, Sacramento, CA.
  • May 26, 2022, San Diego, CA.


The resources listed to the right support the upcoming Charter CEO Council Meeting.

*The documents will be posted one week before the scheduled meeting.

The CEO Council  is comprised of CEOs who represent LEAs within the El Dorado Charter SELPA. As part of the mutual partnership between the Charter SELPA and LEAs, CEOs have the responsibility to vote on matters that may impact the direction of the Charter SELPA.

If you are part of the El Dorado Charter SELPA and believe you should be receiving information and updates pertaining to the CEO Council, please contact the SELPA office at 530-295-2462.

Charter SELPA Executive Committee


Meetings will be held via the Zoom web-conferencing platform. Participants are able to listen/ participate in the meeting. No special equipment is required – just a computer with audio capability and an internet connection. Log-in information to participate, along with the meeting agenda and supporting documents, will be made available one week prior to each meeting. Registration information will be sent via email.

Upcoming Meetings:

  • September 23, 2021
  • January 21, 2022
  • March 24, 2022
  • April 21, 2022
  • May 25, 2022, Executive Committee Retreat


The Charter SELPA Executive Committee is charged with developing recommendations for the full CEO Council. The committee meets a minimum of four times per year and additionally as needed. The committee makes a recommendation to the CEO Council on policy issues and Allocation Plan. The committee provides important input into future Charter SELPA planning.

Training Opportunity: Strategies for Dealing with ConflictAdministrators, teachers and parents are welcome!

Join Dr. Paul Porter, current Professor at Sonoma State University and former School Superintendent, SELPA Director, and School Psychologist, in this exciting new training to support administrators, teachers, and parents in strategies for addressing conflict.