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Woburn SEPAC

SEPAC Open Meeting

Date: Monday, July 23
Time: 7:00pm
Location: North Suburban YMCA, 137 Lexington St.

Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean your friendly neighborhood SEPAC isn’t looking head toward the school year. Join us for an open meeting on Monday night. Bring along any questions you have or, even better, bring along a friend!

As always, all are welcome. Come connect with like-minded parents, find answers to your questions, and support the SEPAC!

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Thank you!

You helped make the 2017-2018 school year great.

It was wonderful to see so many new faces at our meetings and events this year. We had the largest-ever group of presenters at our annual College Fair, our Honors & Appreciation Awards boasted over 100 honorees, and we elected two new positions to our executive board. We’ve already begun the process of plotting out 2018-2019’s programs; watch this space for updates.

And, in the meantime, make sure you like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for SEPAC news all summer long!

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Confused? Frustrated?

You’ve come to the right place!

We’re here for you! Sign up for our mailing list below to receive updates on policy changes and decisions that affect Woburn’s students with disabilities.

Our mailing list is confidential and for SEPAC use only. Your information will not be sold or shared. If you cannot attend our next meeting but have a concern or opinion you would like to share, please email us at wps.SEPAC@gmail.com.

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We want to hear from you!

We work with parents and the school administration to address issues facing Special Education students in Woburn.

Please call us at 781-291-9811. We’d love to hear both your successes and your concerns. Better yet, stop by our next meeting. We’d love to meet you!

And don’t forget to Like us on Facebook. f_logo

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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.