Special Education Family Engagement
The Offices of Specialized Services and Family Engagement and Community Partnerships work together to offer families of students receiving specialized services opportunities to:
- gain information to make informed decisions
- connect to other families, their schools and the district
- learn about available resources
- feel supported
Special Education Family Engagement events are planned throughout the school year for families of students with disabilities to connect with other families and resources, and learn additional ways to support their students for increased success.
SEAC meetings are held monthly and are an opportunity for families of students in Special Education to engage with other parents, staff and interested community members. SEAC members provide input on special education issues to the Director of Special Education. Attending meetings is a way to become more knowledgeable about Special Education, develop relationships with Special Education staff, network with other families and make positive change for all students. Parents are encouraged to attend any time as a guest or to become a SEAC member.
For more: Call 651-767-3434 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Link additional information
Find resources for your child with disabilities or your whole family.
SEAC Facebook Group
SPPS Special Education Advisory Council Facebook Group shares news, events and resources that support the disability community. You're invited to join, engage in conversation, comment and share. Check it out. Link to SEAC Facebook Group
Resources from community organizations about resources, upcoming events and opportunities are shared via email. Choose to open if the subject line intrigues you, or just delete. Reply if you have something to add. To participate, email jackie.kelly @spps.org and ask to be added to SEAC Chatter.
My SPPS App
Access important information at your fingertips. Download the My SPPS App on your smartphone. The My SPPS App has a button on the second page, that directs you to the Special Education website where you'll find: About Special Education, Contact Information, ECSE, English Learners with Special Needs, Programs and Services, and Parent Resources.