SEPAC

Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) 

The Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) serves in an advisory to the Superintendent and the district’s Special Education Leadership Team. The goal of SEPAC is to provide two-way communication and collaboration between parents and district leadership to improve the programs and services for students with disabilities. 

The SEPAC supports the mission of the Special Education Parent Teacher Association (SEPTA). The two organizations are mutually supportive and members regularly collaborate. 

Guidelines 

The SEPAC guidelines are as follows: 

1. Student-Centered: Consider the best interest of each student. 

2. Respect: Value the perspective of each person. 

3. Collaboration:Work as a team to examine services, practices, and recommend improvements. 

4. Service: Serve the needs of each student receiving special education services. 

Membership Selection Process 

The following process will be used to select SEPAC members annually: 

The SEPAC is composed of one parent from each school. Members apply to serve on the committee by completing an online application on the district website. All members shall be selected by random drawing according to the school the student attends. Employees of the District shall not be eligible to serve on the committee. 

To establish continuity on the committee, up to half of the members selected will serve two years. To establish a staggered rotation, initial members participate in a drawing to determine which half will serve only one year and which will serve twice. 

 

Meeting Information 

All meetings are held on a quarterly basis at the CCISD Education Support Center, 2425 East Main Street, League City

November 29, 2018 6:00–7:30 PM ESC Board Room | View the Agenda

 

 

All meetings will be held at the Education Support Center in the evening. Actual meeting dates will be communicated in advance of each meeting.

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