What’s so special about special education in Chatham? Come find out on Thursday evening, October 17.
Join Chatham parents and educators at the Chatham High School media center for an informative presentation on special services in the Chatham school district, “An Overview of Special Education in Chatham.”
The Chatham SEPAG (Special Education Parent Advisory Group) will host a discussion of the district’s special education programs and services led by Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services Dr. Vincent D’Elia. Learn what services are available for students within the district and those who receive services out of district, as well as what to consider when seeking services for special needs children, including the components of an effective Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
Whether you have a child with learning differences, know someone who does, or just want to understand what’s going on in Chatham’s schools, all are welcome.
An Overview of Special Education in Chatham
Thursday, October 17, 2019
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Chatham High School Media Center/Library
255 Lafayette Avenue, Chatham
For more information about Chatham SEPAG or to get involved, visit the organization’s website at www.chathamsepag.com.
The Chatham SEPAG is a solutions-oriented parent advisory group that represents students and families who receive special education services through the School District of the Chathams (SDOC). SEPAG works to provide direct input to district leaders regarding the policies, programs, and services impacting the special education community. The group collaborates with district staff, administrators, Board of Education members, and the local community to facilitate engagement and open, transparent communication in order to create the best possible outcomes for all learners.
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