Westford Special Education Parent Advisory Council
The Westford Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is a government-mandated volunteer organization made up of parents. The SEPAC serves as a resource for families of children with special needs from preschool through high school, serving all Westford schools.
The mission of the Westford SEPAC is to work for understanding of, respect for, and support of all children with special needs in the community.
Each academic year, the SEPAC hosts a workshop on the rights of parents and students in special education.
In addition, the SEPAC hosts informational workshops on a wide variety of topics of interest to our members. All workshops are free and open to the public.
SEPAC membership is free and open to parents and guardians of children with special needs and anyone interested in special education in Westford. Send an email to WestfordSEPAC@yahoo.com for additional information or to request to join our distribution list.
Please come and bring a friend.
ALL MEETINGS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Upcoming SEPAC Workshops
OCTOBER ñ Meet & Greet Coffee with Bill Olsen & Courtney Moran
Special Guests: Everett V. Olsen, Superintendent
Courtney Moran, Director of Pupil Services
Date & Time: October 25, 2017, 7:00 PM ñ 8:30 PM
Location: Crisafulli School Cafeteria, 13 Robinson Rd, Westford, MA
About the Workshop
Please join the Westford Special Education Parent Advisory Council for a Meet & Greet Coffee with special guests Everett (“Bill”) V. Olsen, Jr, Superintendent and Courtney Moran, Director of Pupil Services. Mr. Olsen and Ms Moran will speak briefly on Special Education in Westford, including the budgeting process.
Whether your child is currently has a Special Education plan (IEP or 504) or not, this is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the SEPAC, meet the Superintendent and Director of Pupil Services, and hear, first-hand, about Special Education in Westford.
In addition to our special guests, weíll be proposing and voting on changes to the SEPAC bylaws.