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Information regarding Cohasset's Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC): Promoting and fostering knowledge and understanding between parents, schools and community.
The Cohasset Public School's Coordinated Program Review from the DESE, 2013.
Annual Review of Student Services, Special Education, Student and Employee Civil Rights
Should I be referring my child for evaluation to determine special education eligibility? A letter to support parents in making the right decision for their student.
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education definitions of educational disability categories.
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's eligibility flowchart for special education determination.
Powerpoint on Special Education. IEP eligibility, process, services, procedural rights, safe guards, etc. for parents and interested parties.
Student Services Staff List 2013-2014
Who should I call when I have a question regarding my student's education?
SEPAC: Special Education Parent Advisory Council
Student Services is pleased to announce a new Cohasset Special Education Parent Advisory Council (Cohasset SEPAC) Board. New officers are Chair/President - Diane Herth, Vice-President - Kim Carvette, Treasurer - Claudia Russell, Secretary - Helane Childs, Out-of-District Liaison - Ann Demick, Osgood Liaison - Kim Whittmore.
The new SEPAC has a website www.CohassetSEPAC.org, Twitter account 'CohassetSEPAC', and a new brochure. Please check the website often as new information and location of a South Shore speakers are added weekly. If you would like email blast notification of speakers twice a month please send your email to Diane Herth at CohassetSEPAC@Gmail.com .
SEPAC will host 'First Tuesday of the Month' meetings... usually 7-9PM unless otherwise noted. See speakers on website and sign up for a reminder.
The first meeting will be September 14th, 9:30-11:15AM at the Paul Pratt Library directly after Osgood School drop off time. Coffee and bagels will be served. Topic: “Is Special Education the Right Service? (How a student is identified as needing services, transitioning from Early Intervention to an Individual Education Plan or 504 plan, the range of services beyond the regular classroom, parent rights and procedural safeguards.) I encourage you to participate and contribute your ideas to our Cohasset SEPAC. All parents are welcome at SEPAC Meetings.
Chair/President Cohasset Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC)
"Fostering Knowledge, Understanding and Communication between Parents, School and Community."