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UPDATED Feb. 23: The Arlington School Committee Standing Subcommittee, Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC), plans to meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28. remotely via Zoom. 

According to the agenda, this meeting is set to begin planning workshops for the 2024 year. Registration for remote participation can be done here >>  

The agenda for this meeting can be viewed here >>

AGENDA:

1. Call to Order

2. Officers/ Committee Reports

3. Planning Workshops for the Coming Year

4. Program services offered at Partners for Youth with Disabilities, presented by Ben Whidden, Assistant Manager for Outreach and Engagement

5. Public Participation / New Business / Open Discussion

6. Announcements

7. Adjourn

SEPAC states that it is a parent group that acts as a resource for parents and advises the district regarding meeting the needs of students with disabilities. The group provides support and networking opportunities for parents and guardians of children with disabilities, and it offers workshops and guest speakers to help parents become better informed about special-education issues. SEPAC meets regularly with school officials to participate in the planning, development and evaluation of special-education programs in the public schools.


This news announcement was updated Feb. 23, 2023, based on information from SEPAC.