some point in their educational experience, 80% of all students will
make use of special education funds. Some in this group will receive
funding to meet objectives for IEPs and 504 Accommodation. Many
children will receive such funds through the benefits of incidental
inclusion (assistance provided to every student in a classroom when a
teacher's aide is present), speech therapy, short-term reading support,
math tutorials, and other academic assistance made available to
students either one-on-one or in group settings."
News & Events
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SEPAC proudly announces the 2014 Pie Fundraiser!
ARC is hosting a statewide secondary transition conference for parents, to be held on September 20, 2014. More info can be found here.
2014 IEP Parent Survey Results Feedback here.
Tentative 2014-2015 Meeting Schedule
currently in progress, please check back for updates!!!
Sept 17, 7PM - Meet & Greet – Tahanto Multipurpose Room
Oct 22, 7PM
Nov 19, 7PM
Dec 17, 7PM
Jan 28, 2015, 7PM Basic Rights Presentation, Karen Molnar, Pupil Personnel Services
Feb 25, 7PM
March 25, 7PM
April 29, 7PM
May 27, 7PM
June 10, 7PM
July 22, 7PM