Barnstable SEPAC Comment Form
Barnstable SEPAC Officers meet regularly with the Director of Special Education, the Superintendent, and the Chair of the School Committee to share parent concerns and discuss possible solutions. Your input is critical to the success of the Special Education Parent Advisory Council.


Massachusetts Special Education Law (Section 3 of Chapter 71B) requires every school district to have a SEPAC. This council is charged with:

“…The parent advisory council duties shall include but not be limited to: advising the school committee on matters that pertain to the education and safety of student with disabilities; meeting regularly with school officials to participate in the planning, development, and evaluation of school committee’s special education programs. …”

Name
OPTIONAL -- First and last name please.
Your answer
Email Address
OPTIONAL Please provide your email address.
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