What is SEPAC?
The Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) is a support network where parents can ask questions, meet other parents on the special education journey, and learn about relevant issues in the state and district that pertain to educating students with disabilities.
What is the role of the SEPAC member?
SEPAC members are the special education “ambassador” for the campus. They are to serve in an advisory capacity to the district’s Special Education Administrative Team. After SEPAC meetings, the SEPAC campus representative will share the information received with other parents of children receiving special education services at their campus. In addition, parents are encouraged to share information with their SEPAC representative so that the information can be brought forth and shared with the Special Education Administrative Team and other SEPAC members.
If you would like to contact your SEPAC representative for your child’s campus, contact the campus principal to obtain contact information for the SEPAC representative.
The following campuses do not have a SEPAC representative:
Brazos Bend Elementary
Walker Station Elementary
If you have a student receiving special education services on one of these campuses and would like to serve in the role of the SEPAC Campus Representative, please contact your campus administrator.
Archived SEPAC Meeting Documents:
September 11, 2018 - SEPAC Documents
November 6, 2018 - SEPAC Documents