What is a SEPAC?

    Parent Advisory Councils are a requirement of the Department of Education as outlined in the Massachusetts Special Education Law, Chapter 71B. The purpose of a PAC is to provide parents of students with special education needs the opportunity to talk about common areas of interest and to advise the school committee about the education and well being of students with disabilities.  The PAC educates and promotes awareness regarding special education services provided to all eligible students in the school system. These SEPAC meetings are usually held once a month (third Wednesday) in the Jackson Library at 7 p.m. 

    Besides regularly scheduled meetings, there will also be special presentations and speakers scheduled throughout the school year.  Notices of these special meetings will be posted on this page and parents/guardians will be notified via email. 


    Special Education Parent Advisory Council Meetings (SEPAC) at 7 p.m.  Refer to the agenda for meeting details.