SECAC Meeting

Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee for CCPS

Connect online to hear how CCPS is Supporting our Students with Disabilities during the Extended Closure

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Supporting Your Child during the Extended Closure: From the IEP Process to Specially Designed Instruction

Tuesday, May 19th, 6pm

Online via Zoom - link below

The Special Education Leadership Team will provide a brief overview of Special Education programming during the COVID19 extended closure including topics such as:
  • Specially-designed instruction in both paper packets and virtual formats,
  • What to expect in an IEP Meeting,
  • Tips for supporting your child during the closure,
  • Online resources to extend learning opportunities,
  • MSDE resources to support families

Click this link to join the meeting on Tuesday, May 19th at 6:00PM

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Christina Schindler is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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Meeting ID: 982 0709 6273
Password: 554233
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Caroline County is looking for more parents of students with disabilities to join our SECAC!

What is SECAC?

It stands for the Special Education Citizen’s Advisory Committee (SECAC). It is a committee established by the local school system to seek meaningful input from parents, community partners, service providers, educators, and administrators on local issues relative to the provision of a free appropriate public education (FAPE) and the achievement of students with disabilities.

To work most effectively a SECAC operates as a partnership between:

  • parents and families,
  • community leaders and organizations,
  • educators, and
  • administrators at the local level.

Come learn along with us and help to impact positive changes in the delivery of special education services and the achievement of students with disabilities!