To provide direct input to the district on the policies, programs,
and practices that impact services and supports for the children
with disabilities and their families.
To foster a collaborative relationship between parents and school
To create opportunities for parents to become more
knowledgeable about the special education process and advocate
more effectively on behalf of their children.
SEPAC Mission Statement
“Our intention is to create a learning community for parents of
students receiving special education services, teachers and
administrators. We also provide input to the district on issues
concerning students with disabilities. Through education and
collaboration, the best outcomes for children can be achieved.”
We are a group of parents who work closely with the Special
Education Department to provide educational workshops and
share important information on community based resources.
**SEPAC is not a forum for parents to raise specific concerns
about their child and his/her IEP. If you have concerns about
your child’s Individualized Educational Program, please contact
his/her teacher and/or case manager directly. You can also
contact the Supervisor of Special Education, Beth Ann Godfrey, at