• Marlborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council

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    Parceiria, Integridade e Crescimento • Sociedad, Integridad y Crecimiento
    M-SEPAC: Partnership, Integrity and Growth

     

    Mission:  The mission of the M-SEPAC is to work by Communicating, Evaluating, Advising and Educating within the community for understanding of, respect for, and support of all children with special needs in the community.

    Meetings: SEPAC meets from October - June at 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month at the Whitcomb Middle School Library (see below for dates). All are welcome - bring your ideas of what you would like to see SEPAC become!

    Meetings 2018-2019

    • October 3rd meeting postponed
    • October 10th - All SEPAC members are invited to attend the free program "Your Kid's Gonna Be Okay" being held at 7:00 p.m. at the Whitcomb School Library.
    • November 4th
    • November 7th - 6:00-8:00 p.m. "IEP 101" is being offered at the Thrive Offices at 65 Post Road Marlborough click for link
    • December 5th
    • January - No meeting
    • February 6th
    • March 6th - Tentative showing of "Intelligent Lives" with SEPAC's from Westborough and Lincoln-Sudbury
    • April 3rd
    • May 1st
    • June 5th

    Note:  If anyone has ideas for workshops or presentations please contact  Terri Taylor 

     

     

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  • About Marlborough SEPAC 

     

    Leadership Council 2018-2019

    Chair: Terri Taylor 

    Treasurer: "Open"

    Secretary: "Open"

    Members at Large: "Open"

     

    Additional parent volunteers are needed for:

    • School Liasons
    • Special Events
    • Program Planning
    • WebSite
    • School Committee Liasons
    • Fund Raising

    For more information on volunteer opportunities please contact Terri Taylor 

     

    State Reviews:

    One of the responsibilities of SEPAC is working with the district and participating in reviews and audits when the state agencies come in for regular reviews. This school year the district is due for a Coordinated Program Review (CPR). A copy of the findings of the last review (2014) can be found here.

     

    Bylaws:

    Our bylaws were approved by the voting membership on June 9, 2010. To view our current bylaws please click here: