What is the Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC)?

  • The Special Education Advisory Council provides an opportunity for parents of children with disabilities to be involved in district policy and decision making. Parents and staff come together to share ideas, identify concerns, and develop strategies to ensure that quality educational programs are provided for all learners.

    Our purpose is to advocate for high quality programs and services necessary to effectively and efficiently meet the needs of children with disabilities and their families.

    Our goal is to improve the educational opportunities for students with disabilities, working as partners in a collaborative relationship.

    To Find Out More or to Learn How You Can Become a Member:

    Contact
    Jennifer Kelly
    763-450-3386 x4007
    jkelly@bccs286.org

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