Published in the September 14, 2016 edition
LYNNFIELD — Lynnfield SEPAC (Special Education Parents Advisory Council) will hold its first general meeting of the school year on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m.
The agenda for this meeting is a meet and greet with Superintendent of Schools Jane Tremblay, Director of Special Services Kara Mauro and School Committee Liaison Rich Sjoberg. They will be sharing their plans for the school district’s special services during the 2016–17 school year. An opportunity will be provided for participants to ask them questions.
This meeting is open to all; one’s child does not have to be receiving special services to attend. It will be held at the School Administration Building, 525 Salem St.
Please refer any questions about the meeting to either Roz Rose-Miranda (email@example.com) or Lauren West (firstname.lastname@example.org).
SEPAC is comprised of a group of parents and education professionals who come together to maximize the educational and developmental opportunities for Lynnfield students with special needs. SEPAC offers members an opportunity to network with other parents and education professionals and also hosts numerous informative presentations and workshops.