About Westwood SEPAC
What is the Westwood SEPAC?
The Westwood Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is a state-mandated, parent-run group working to promote a network of parents, guardians, and caregivers of children with special needs. In addition, SEPAC partners with the Director of Student Services and the School Committee on policies. We receive input from parents, teachers, providers, and others to encourage understanding, acceptance, and inclusion of all special education students.
Join if You Are...
• Parents and/or guardians of children who receive any type of special education services or accommodations in school, such as an Individualized Education Program (IEP), a 504 accommodation, or out-of-district placement.
• Think your child has learning challenges.
• Would like to understand or have an interest in the Special Education process.
• Parents, educators, or any members of the community who want to learn more!
Why Get Involved?
• To network with parents, guardians, caregivers
• To share your own expertise and experiences
• To learn about the available services
• To learn to advocate for your child’s needs
• To volunteer and bring excellence to the educational experience of all students in the Westwood schools.
When are the Meetings?
Westwood SEPAC meetings are held in the Professional Development Room at District Administration. For a schedule of monthly meetings please visit the Westwood Public Schools website. All meetings are also posted in the District Bulletin and in our closed Facebook Group.