Congratulations to the 2018 Brookline SEPAC Hero Award recipients! This award is a recognition of teachers and staff who have gone above and beyond in support of students and families of Brookline. We will be holding a celebration breakfast just Continue reading 1st Annual Brookline SEPAC Hero Awards!
Here is information from Central Administration – contact your ETF for more information … find his or her number here! We are partnering with SmartSummers from Adult Education for a full day program option, only for the grade 5-8 students Continue reading Extended School Year (ESY) – Summer INFORMATION!
Support our Brookline Teachers and Paraprofessionals – Teachers/Paras are working without “current” contract. – Important School Committee Meeting, Thursday, February 4, 2016 6:00p.m.-9:30p.m. Town Hall, 5th floor Educators are reaching out to ask for parent/guardian support. Teachers come to work Continue reading Support our teachers!
The Putterham branch of the public library is looking for our help. We’d like a SEPAC champion to work with Linda Monach (SEPAC co-chair) and Sally Rubenstein (Librarian) to help develop an outreach program to families with special needs. Please Continue reading Putterham Library needs our help!
Below are submissions from parents in Brookline regarding the experiences their children had a various day camps. We’ve tried to summarize the profile of the children so that the review can be read in that context – this is not Continue reading Summer Day Camps
Yes, a principal actually said that. Bullying is all too pervasive in our schools, even in Brookline, but also across the country. It takes many forms, and there are legal definitions involved, you can read about those here. It is vital to Continue reading “There is no bullying in my Brookline school.”
You have a child with a disability. Maybe it is cerebral palsy, maybe autism, some condition that will require them to have special preparations for “the real world.” You spend twelve years doing your best to have them reach graduation. You Continue reading Graduation: A bridge, a safety net, and a misguided goal
Welcome to the Brookline Special Education Parent Advisory Council. This blog is a place where we will discuss current issues and hopefully get feedback from the special ed community. We are first a group of parents and guardians of students Continue reading Welcome