Dear Parent/Guardian of a Student with an IEP or 504 Accommodation Plan,
The Oneonta City School District has opened a Cleartrack Parent Portal System (PPS) to give you the ability to access all IEP/504 Plans, letters, progress notes, and information regarding your child(ren).
The Department of Special Education moving to an all-electronic delivery system of information via Cleartrack PPS. The parent portal is now live. You have received an emailed invitation with specific instructions on how to set-up and acquire your child's information in the portal.
If you have already accepted the Portal Invitation, you can access the Portal directly by using the following link:
If you have any questions or concerns throughout this process, please contact our office at (607) 433-8225.
Please use these links if you wish to learn more about special education.
- Procedural Safeguard Notice
This document outlines the guidelines of due process for all special education students in New York State.
- Aviso relativo a garantias de procedimiento
Derechos para padres de niños con discapacidades, de 3 a 21 años de edad
- New York State Education Department
This website is the primary source for information about the New York State Education Department.
- New York State VESID
New York State Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities
- A Parent's Guide to Special Education
This document provides an overview of Special Education for individuals from 3 to 21 in NYS.
- Educación Especial en el Estado de Nueva York
Educación Especial en el Estado de Nueva York para niños de 3 a 21 Años Guía para los padres
- DCMO BOCES website
The Delaware-Chenango-Madison-Otsego Board of Cooperative Educational Services is a regional educational agency providing services in partnership with 16 local school districts.
- ONC BOCES website
The Otsego Northern Catskill Board of Cooperative Educational Services is a regional educational agency providing services in partnership with local school districts.
- Down Syndrome Aim High Resource Center
The Down Syndrome Aim High Resource Center provides parent-to-parent and professional services and support to individuals with Down syndrome and their families.
- National Down Syndrome Society
The mission of the National Down Syndrome Society is to be the national advocate for the value, acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome.
- The Family Resource Network
The Family Resource Network (FRN) is dedicated to offering individuals and their families with continuing needs the greatest opportunities, resources and services to support a full and happy life.
- Braille Bug
This website provides resources and fun activities for visually impaired individuals.
- Autism Speaks
This website provides a wealth of information about autism spectrum disorders, as well as links to other information and resources.