NORTH ADAMS PUBLIC SCHOOLS
SPECIAL EDUCATION PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
The SEPAC is a self-governing public body which creates its own by-laws and operational procedures. A SEPAC is different from other parent groups in a school district such as a PTA, PTO or School Council – a SEPAC does not represent families from one school, but represents all families of children with disabilities from the entire school district.
A SEPAC is a Special Education Parent Advisory Council. Every public school district in Massachusetts is required to establish a SEPAC. Massachusetts state law assigns both an advisory and participatory function to SEPACs. Membership is offered to all parents of children with disabilities and other interested parties.
Come join us for a Meet & Greet
Where: Brayton Elementary School’s Welcome Center
When: January 11, 2023 from 6:00-7:00
Please call us if childcare is needed at 413-776-1670, option 2
With: Thomas Simon, Director of Student Support Services
Gretchen West, Assistant Director of Special Education
Please take part in our informational gathering survey so that we can work collaboratively to meet your needs!