Westborough SEPAC SURVEY

We need your feedback!

 GOOD DAY SEPAC FAMILIES!  In order to better serve you all we are conducting a survey to assess needs and interests regarding workshops and educational programs.  Please take a moment to complete this very short survey, we need your feedback!  All responses are anonymous.

 The survey is available online:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/63T5CBN

 Westborough SEPAC is looking for Volunteers:

SEPAC needs a clear mission to be productive and effective.  In order for us to properly identify and support our community we need your help to: 

  • increase disability awareness in the community; 
  • provide a forum for parents and staff to share ideas, identify concerns, and support families of children with special needs; and/or
  • promote inclusion of students with disabilities in all district and community activities.
  • There are many ways a parent can support their local SEPAC. Attend those meetings and bring a friend or two! Volunteer for small tasks that fit your interests and skills. An organization is only as good as its members. Be a part of something important. If your unable to volunteer any of your time, you can help develop a stronger SEPAC by participating online, at meetings, in surveys and voting at your next SEPAC election.

Currently SEPAC is seeking Liaison roles:

School and Out of District Liaison Roles

A liaison role is a great way to connect with and support the SEPAC community. Liaisons are not SEPAC Board members, but they serve a valuable role in increasing communication and collaboration between SEPAC and the community.     Liaisons are appointed by the SEPAC Board during a meeting.   Liaison roles are filled in the best interest of the SEPAC and can be filled throughout the year.

School Liaison responsibilities:

  • Act as liaison between his/her school and SEPAC.
  • Connect with school’s PTO and share SEPAC information.
  • Communicate SEPAC information to his/her school.
  • Build awareness at his/her school of SEPAC and SEPAC events.
  • Support the SEPAC Programs coordinator by volunteering for at least one SEPAC event.
  • Attend SEPAC meetings and provide status updates and feedback to SEPAC Board.

Out of District Liaison responsibilities:

  • Act as liaison between Out of District families and SEPAC.
  • Connect with school’s PTO and share SEPAC information.
  • Communicate SEPAC information to the Out of District community.
  • Attend SEPAC meetings and provide status updates/feedback to SEPAC Board.
  • Support the SEPAC Programs coordinator by volunteering for at least one SEPAC event.

 If you have more questions or if interested, please email:  Westboroughsepac@gmail.com

Or you can contact me directly:  Aileen Barretti at ambarretti09@gmail.com

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