Hello and Welcome. A SEPAC is a Special Education Parent Advisory Council that communicates the needs of the special education community to the school board. 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. The purpose of the SEPAC is to identify the unmet needs of kids in special education to the school board. SEPACs give input and recommendations on education policy, practices, and programs. Specifically, those that impact services and supports for kids with disabilities. Our purpose is to advise, advocate, and offer guidance.
BROCHURES AND DOCUMENTS
SSEPAC By-Laws [last updated 10/2019]