Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC)
What does the Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC) do?
- Represents the interests of district learners with disabilities from birth through age 21.
- Advises the Special Education Department on parent involvement, current issues, program development and department priorities.
- Serves as an advocate for high-quality special education programs.
- Promotes communication among family, school, and community.
- Acts as an advisor to the Special Education Department on program issues impacting the delivery of Special Education services.
- Meets approximately two times during the school year.
- Members of SEAC are appointed by the special education director via an application process to serve as representatives for a two year term, with the opportunity to reapply for additional terms.
- To the maximum extent possible, membership shall be representative of the different age groups, disabilities, gender and ethnic diversity reflective of the District’s special education program.