MEET & GREET
The SEPAC is pleased to host a unique opportunity to learn about Special Education programming in Wakefield and to meet Special Educators that work with our children, in our schools. Join us as Rosie Galvin, Special Education Director, shares about current programs and the district’s vision for the future. Meet Special Education Coordinators from across the district and learn more about their roles...
Shannon Blacker, Doyle Early Childhood Center
Marybeth Ebert, Wakefield High School
Erin Ficociello, Galvin Middle School
Rosie Galvin, District Director
Michelle Ofilos, Dolbeare Elementary School
Marina Tzortzis, Woodville Elementary School
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
VIRTUAL DESSERT SOCIAL
The SEPAC is pleased to host a Virtual Dessert Social. Our intention is to provide parents and caregivers the opportunity to meet others, share their stories, and/or network. Hope you’ll be able to join us!
Please RSVP by Monday, December 6, 2021, as we may be able to deliver a surprise to you!
Thursday, December 9, 2021
RSVP by 12/6/2021: firstname.lastname@example.org
BUREAU of SPECIAL EDUCATION APPEALS
The Bureau of Special Education Appeals ("BSEA") conducts mediations, advisory opinions, and hearings to resolve disputes among parents, school districts, private schools, and state agencies concerning eligibility, evaluation, placement, individualized education programs (IEPs), special education services and procedural protections for students with disabilities. Please join us as representatives from the BSEA join us and talk about Special Education Mediation.
The BSEA derives its authority from both Federal and State statutes. They are an independent entity that works to mediate concerns.
Becca Stone, from the Bureau of Special Education Appeals, will be presenting. To learn more about the work they
do, please visit www.mass.gov/anf/hearings-and-appeals/
Monday, January 10, 2022