The Northborough Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council has a few announcements. The main message for interested readers is to mark June 12th on your calendars.
For those of you not familiar with the group:
NSPAC is a volunteer-run, positive and solution oriented organization of parents of students ages 3-22 with special needs, medical challenges, and learning differences in the Northborough and Southborough School Districts.
Whether your child is already receiving support services or you are trying to determine if your child needs services, NSPAC is dedicated to providing information, resources and friendships to families as you navigate the special education process.
The morning of Wednesday, June 12th is its final meeting of the school year. The public is welcome to attend.
Among the agenda items is the annual election of board officers for next year. In addition, soon-to-be Superintendent Greg Martineau will speak. District Student Support Administrators will also be in attendance. The meeting will take place from 10:00 – 11:30 am at the Southborough Library.
The following Wednesday, NSPAC representatives will make a presentation to the Combined Northborough and Southborough School Commmittees. That’s June 19th at 6:00 pm in the Algonquin Regional High School library.
Prior to those activities, the council is looking to collect feedback via its annual survey:
In 2018-2019, the Northborough/Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council (NSPAC) has worked hard to continue our positive partnership with the District to provide support to the families of 793 special education students in the Northborough/Southborough Public Schools.
In order for us to provide the support our families need the most, we are asking for you to complete the survey below (one survey per student please). You may remain anonymous if you wish.
Your feedback is important to us as we begin to plan our calendar of programs, speakers, meetings and workshops for 2019-2020. We want to address what concerns you the most.
Our hope is to continue to build a sense of community and support for our families and to bring awareness to the group.
Click here to take the quick survey. The deadline for responses is this Friday, June 7th.
For more on NSPAC, check out its Facebook page.