Do you have a child who receives special education and/or related services through the Springfield Public Schools (this includes students with out-of-district placements)?
If you answered yes then you are eligible to be a member of our district SEPAG.
What is SEPAG: A Special Education Parent Advisory Group that is a state-mandated, district-level, parent-driven group charged with providing input to the local school district on system-level challenges in special education and related services.
Some of the topics that Springfield Public Schools SEPAG meetings will include:
- Updates on local and state-wide special education policies.
- Speaker nights- where we will invite local speakers to talk about topics that are relevant to special education.
- An opportunity to bring up questions and concerns regarding Springfield Public Schools special services.
In order to register for SEPAG, please fill out the Google form using the link below:
Please join our Facebook page:
Springfield Public Schools Special Education Advisory Group
Feel free to contact Lisa Afflitto, SEPAG district representative, at email@example.com
Parents of students with special needs are encouraged to participate in this group to share ideas, provide input and foster a relationship of collaboration and open communication with the district's Department of Special Services. Meetings and workshops are subject to change - please visit our webpage to ensure up-to-date meeting dates/times/locations.
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