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Woburn SEPAC

2023 College and Transition Fair

Dates: Wednesday, March 287
Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Location: Woburn Memorial High School

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Since 2006, the Woburn SEPAC has hosted an annual College Fair geared toward students who learn differently. Over the years, post-secondary offerings and services have evolved, and so has the Fair.

For 2024, the Fair will be held in-person for the first time in 5 years. Visit our dedicated page for more details and the full list of participating schools and programs. As always, you can reach out to us with any questions you might have at wps.SEPAC@gmail.com.

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Welcome!

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Here’s a new resource for you: How to Communicate with Woburn Public Schools

Thanks to Erin Cooper Johnson, Woburn’s Multilingual Learner and World Language Coordinator for sharing this great new resource. You’ll find addresses and phone numbers for each of Woburn’s schools, along with contact information for Principals and Multilingual Learner Teachers. There’s also a list of communication tips. It’s all right here!

For more, visit our Resource Page. If you’ve missed any of our great presentations recently, you can find those on in Past Presentations. or in our SEPAC Speaker Series.

Keep scrolling for more useful information. And as always, you can reach out to us with feedback, questions, or concerns at wps.SEPAC@gmail.com.

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More Resources

Via WPS Student Services

In August, Special Education shared a trio of documents. We’ve linked to them below, in case you missed them on Blackboard.

If you have questions about any of these documents, reach out to us at wps.SEPAC@gmail.com.

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Join our email list!

Just scan the QR code below!

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Did you know…

…about the PRS?

Through its Problem Resolution System (PRS), DESE handles complaints that allege a school or a district is not meeting legal requirements for education. Anyone, including parents, students, educators, community members, and agency representatives, may contact the PRS office for assistance.

Problem Resolution System Office
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
75 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA 02148-4906
Main Telephone: 781-338-3700
Fax: 781-338-3710
Email: compliance@doe.mass.edu 

Director: Barry Barnett

For more helpful tools, visit our Resources page.

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SEPAC Input Form

Link to the form here

We are always here to hear your thoughts, concerns, accolades, and more. Please fill out the form above to let us know what you need. All comments are confidential, of course.

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Volunteer With Us!

The Woburn SEPAC is looking for help in the following areas:

- School Liaisons
- Fundraisers
- Grant Writers

If you have a connection to your kiddo’s school and would be willing to liaise with your Principal and PTO to help spread SEPAC awareness and information, we can use your help!

We’re constantly in the process of brainstorming speakers and workshops and can always use additional funds. Are you a gifted grant writer, or someone with connections to the financial industry? We can use your help!

Reach out to us at wps.SEPAC@gmail.com

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The Woburn Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is a state-mandated advisory group that provides education and support for parents, guardians and educators of children ages 3 to 22 years old with special education needs. We are a city-wide organization of parents working together with teachers, administrators, the school committee and the community to provide an educational environment that is innovative, challenging, safe and nurturing for all children.