Who Are The Members of PAC ?
- Families with children ages 3-21 years, have:
- Behavioral or Emotional Needs
- Specific Learning Needs
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Vision Needs
- Auditory Needs
- Speech or Language Needs
- Mobility or Orientation Needs
- Multiple Impairments
- Alternative Programming
- Educators, Aides, Administrators
- Any person interested in educational opportunities for Sandwich’s children
What is PAC ?
The Parents Advisory Council to Special Education is a collaborative effort between parents, educators and administrators with a consistent and firm foundation that is always in the best interest of the child.
The PAC encourages parents to support quality programs for students with special needs by maintaining communication among families, educators and administrators.
- The PAC is committed to informing parents of their rights and responsibilities under Chapter 766.
- The PAC , through its monthly speakers forum, presents information of a pertinent and timely nature regarding special education programs, services, and issues.
- The PAC has input into programmatic and budgetary decisions through its advisory function to school administration in the development of the Annual Plan for Special Education.
When does the PAC Meet?
Tuesdays, once a month-
September through May
Where does the PAC Meet?
Forestdale School Library
How do you Join?
*Email or Call us
*Call Special Education Office
*Contact your Team Chairperson
*Attend our Next Monthly Meeting
How Does A Parent Find Help?
- Call your TEAM Chairperson
- Call the Special Education Department
- Call your school Principal
- Call your child’s teacher for a conference
- Work with the Parent Advisory Council
to Special Education
- Call a PAC parent