WELCOME!

SEPAC Welcome Letter

SEPAC Brochure

Notice of Procedural Safeguards

IEP Process Guide

Why SEPAC?
  • You want to work with School Administration and School Committee toward solutions for all students with special education needs in the Silver Lake District. 

  • You live in Kingston, Halifax or Plympton and your child receives special education services.

  • You think your child may have some learning issues or differences that are not being addressed.

  • You are just learning about the special education process and want to understand your rights.

  • You want to learn more about special programs, workshops, local and community resources for youth with disabilities.

  • You want to share your knowledge and expertise of special education issues with other parents.

SEPAC Mission

The Silver Lake SEPAC aims to give parents the information, tools, resources, and expertise they need to understand and effectively participate in the special education process. The SEPAC works with the Director of Special Education, School Committee, Superintendent and teachers to promote a successful educational environment for our children.

 

Since 1986, Massachusetts special education law (Chapter 71B of the Massachusetts General Laws) requires all public school districts to maintain a Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) open to all parents and guardians of students with disabilities and other interested parties. The SEPAC strives to foster open communication between the district administration and our special education families.