Special Education Parent Advisory Council
Welcome to the STGRSD SEPAC Newsletter. All parents or guardians of students with special needs in the Southwick-Tolland-Granville Regional School District are members of the SEPAC, and we welcome your participation.
What does a SEPAC do?
A SEPAC is intended to provide opportunities for communication between parents and guardians of students with special needs, teachers and administrators at the schools their children attend, and administrators at the district-level.
Upcoming discussions via ZOOM include:
- What is an IEP?: A nuts and bolts discussion about when and how an IEP is written and implemented
- What's the difference between an IEP and a 504?
- Social Skills and the Child with Learning Disabilities
- SEL: What is Social Emotional Learning, and what does it look like in my child's school?
- What the Heck Does that Mean?: How to understand evaluation results and what the acronyms really mean
Get in Touch
If you have questions or suggestions for future SEPAC events, feel free to send them our way. If you have a child with special needs and did not receive this e-mail directly from the Special Education Office, give us a call and we'll add you to our e-mail list.
Robin L. Gunn
Director of Special Education