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TONIGHT! Envisioning Middle School Education

Envisioning Middle School Education — January 29, 7:00 p.m.

The Concord School Committee and Facilities Planning Committee invite you to join us in an evening of envisioning middle school education in Concord. As part of an “Educational Visioning” initiative that will help guide our efforts to plan for a new middle school building, we invite parents, guardians, and anyone involved in educating Concord’s students to share your hopes and dreams for the Concord Middle School educational experience and what it could look like in the future.

* From the Concord/Concord-Carlisle SEPAC-
What hopes and dreams do you have for our students on IEPs or with special needs at the Concord Middle School? Attend the Parent Input Forum on Tuesday, January 29, 7-9pm in the Sanborn Auditorium and share them with the School Committee.

January 2019 Newsletter

A new year brings with it the opportunity to look at the future and make a fresh start. For many of us, it also brings creating new IEPs and goals for our children. The January newsletter is all about the IEP and connecting you to some of the resources that may help you along the journey.

December Newsletter

So sorry for the late posting. Enjoy our December Newsletter. And Happy Holidays!

November Newsletter

We are happy to share with you the Concord Public/Concord-Carlisle Regional Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) November Newsletter. Enjoy!

Save The Date


Hosted by the Concord Public Schools and Concord-Carlisle Regional School District Special Education Parent Advisory Council

  • Would you like to learn more about out of district placements?
  • Do you think it would help to meet other parents and caregivers in a similar position?

Please join Marielle Wintersteen and Jessica Murphy, to learn about the role and responsibilities of the Out of District Coordinator and to get some answers to Frequently Asked Questions.  

When:   Thursday, November 1st  2018 from 12:30 – 2:00 pm

Where:  Conference Room 1, Ripley Building, Meriam Road

We would ask you to please keep your questions general in nature and not talk specifically about your child in this setting. If you already have a question you would like to ask Marielle, please submit it by 25th October to Any questions submitted to SEPAC in this way will be given to the Special Education team anonymously and addressed within the presentation.

For planning purposes, please RSVP via Eventbrite 

Happy Fall!

We are delighted to share with you our October newsletter. Be sure to check it out and see all that’s going on.


As we embark on a new school year we wish you an exciting and adventure filled year. We hope to see you at one of our many SEPAC events throughout the year. Starting with our Parent and Caregiver Meet and Greet this Thursday at 7:30 at Chang An. Come learn how you can get involved with the SEPAC team! For planning purposes, please RSVP.  Also, keep a look out for our September newsletter! It’s full of great information in a NEW and beautiful design. Here’s to a great year!

Gopen Fellowship Opportunity

The Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Network is seeking applicants with developmental disabilities for the 2018-19 Barbara Wilensky Gopen Fellowship. This Fellowship is an opportunity for a person with a developmental disability who has finished school to work part-time in an office environment on a disability project of interest. The Fellowship is for one year, from July 2018-June 2019.
The Fellowship is based at the Institute for Community Inclusion/UMass Boston, and the Fellow works occasionally at the Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council in Quincy. The annual salary for 20 hours per week is $20,000, paid biweekly. Individuals concerned about how the Gopen Fellowship’s income might affect their Social Security or Medicaid benefits can open/contribute to an ABLE Account.
Fellowship and application instructions. Applications are due on or before Tuesday, May 15, 2018.
For more information or if you have any questions, contact Liz Fancher at .

Congratulations SEPAC Appreciation Award Recipients!

Last night the SEPAC and the Concord Public and Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committees honored twenty-seven people from the Concord Public Schools and Concord-Carlisle Regional School District with this year’s SEPAC Appreciation Awards.

Parents and guardians of children who have a student on an IEP or 504 plan were invited to nominate one special person in the school districts who have made a difference to their family or student during the current school year. Among the honorees were special education teachers, cafeteria workers, general education teachers, tutors, administration, and two former co-presidents of the SEPAC.

Congratulations and thank you, honorees, for your dedication to our students and for believing that every student deserves an extraordinary education.

SEPAC Appreciation Awards

SEPAC Appreciation Awards will be presented tomorrow at the Joint School Committee meeting!

6:30 pm, Ripley Administration Building

Please join us as we honor our wonderful recipients.

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