Dr. June Sellers, Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services

Dr. June Sellers, Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services

(860) 695-8600
sellj001@hartfordschools.org

Dr. June Sellers is an educator and administrator in the field of special education with proven skills working at the systems level to engineer and implement district-wide improvements to advance and improve educational services and outcomes for with students with disabilities. Her experience includes working with students and adults from diverse academic, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. At the leadership level, her work includes conceptualizing and creating equitable and inclusive educational opportunities for students with disabilities, and other traditionally under served populations experiencing gaps in achievement.

Dr. Sellers’ personal and professional mission is to ensure all students with disabilities have access to, participate in, and make progress in rigorous standards-based curriculum.With extensive professional experience in curriculum, instruction, assessment and specialized services, and an expertise in special education law and procedures, she is a strategic and collaborative partner in planning, developing, implementing, managing and evaluating projects and programs that advance and improve educational services and outcomes for students with disabilities.
With over 15 years in Exceptional Student Education, Dr. Sellers is now responsible for overseeing Psychological, Social and Behavioral Support Services, Special Education, Health Services, and Culture & Climate at Hartford Public Schools.
In her previous role as the Executive Director of Student Support Services, she oversaw the identification, evaluation, service provision, and program development for students with disabilities to ensure compliance with the Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Connecticut and federal regulations. Dr. Sellers was also the primary instructional leader in monitoring educational access to and benefit from the general education curriculum through the provision of modifications and accommodations for students with disabilities.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Flagler College
Master of Arts, in Exceptional Child Education, Summa Cum Laude, University of Central Florida.
Master of Arts, Educational Leadership, Stetson University
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Curriculum Instruction, Specialization in Special Education Administration, University of Central Florida.

As Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services, Dr. Sellers oversees:

Psychological and Social Services, Special Education,

Health Services

Behavior Support

and Culture & Climate