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Woburn SEPAC

POWER EMPOWERMENT WORKSHOP: BASIC RIGHTS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

Date: Tuesday, October 10
Location: Joyce Middle School, 55 Locust St.
Time: 6:30 Workshop, 8:30 Q&A Session

This is a FREE workshop aimed at helping families of Woburn students with disabilities become better advocates. In easy-to-understand language, we’ll walk through the Special Education process: from identification and evaluation of student needs to writing the IEP, implementing the IEP, and what to do when the process derails.
What are your rights?  What are your student’s rights?  Come find out.
Even if you’ve attended one of these presentations before, we encourage you to come again. Click here for more details on the workshop.

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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.


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 781-281-9811 or fill out the contact form above. We’d love to hear both your successes and your concerns.

Better yet — stop by our next meeting. We’d love to meet you.

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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.