SEPAC Business Meeting - Tuesday, January 8th, 7pm, RPD Community Room (tentative)
Special Ed "Meet and Greet" - Tuesday, February 12th, 7-9pm, RMHS Library Media Center
Upcoming SEPAC Presentations:
Special Ed "Meet and Greet"
Learn more about Special Ed in Reading, introduction to district staff, and the opportunity to meet and network with your team chair and others from your school!
Tuesday, February 12th
RMHS Library Media Center
Reading SEPAC 2018-19 | BUSINESS MEETING DATES
UPDATED - Thursday, September 13th - 7-9pm - RMHS Library Media Center
Tuesday, October 9th - 7-9pm - RPD Community Room
BASIC RIGHTS October 24th at 7PM in Reading Police Station Community Room
Tuesday, November 13th - 7-9pm - RMHS Library Media Center
Tuesday, December 11th, 7-9pm - RMHS Library Media Center (CANCELLED)
Tuesday, January 8th - 7-9pm - RPD Community Room (tentative)
Tuesday, February 12th, 7-9pm - Special Ed "Meet and Greet" RMHS Library Media Center (tentative)
Tuesday, March 11th, 7-9pm - RMHS Library Media Center (tentative)
Tuesday, April 10th - 7-9pm - RPD Community Room (tentative)
Tuesday, May 14th, 7-9pm - RMHS Library Media Center (tentative)
Tuesday, June 11th , 7-9pm - RMHS Library Media Center (tentative)
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TITLE 1 School Parents
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The mission of the Reading Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is to work for the understanding of, respect for, and support of, all children with special needs in the community. To that end, they will work to:
*Promote a network of parents of children with special needs, and provide a
forum to share information
*Advise the Director of Student Services, School Committee, and
Superintendent on special education programs and policies, and parent
and teacher training needs
*Promote communication and sharing of information between SEPAC
members, local, state and national organizations, councils and groups, as
well as within the community to encourage understanding, acceptance and
inclusion of students with special needs
*Provide informational workshops to parents, educators, students and
Below are recommendations from other parents and google.
The district and/or SEPAC is not responsible for any information gathered from these listed professionals. Use at your own risk.
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