Special Education → Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)
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SEAC is comprised of parents/guardians, Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) staff members, and representatives of Montgomery County community groups that advocate for students with special needs and serve to advocate for, and advise, the Office of Special Education.
Our next SEAC meeting is Thursday, February 25th | Agenda | espanol
Latest Updates: Thursday, January 21st SEAC meeting | Agenda | Meeting Notes | Video
Location: Carver Educational Services Center (CESC) - Directions
The public is welcome to attend.Child care is available.*Please view calendar to check room locations.
Each meeting has public comments from 7:00–7:15 p.m. (pre-sign up by e-mailing CoChairs) Bring at least five copies of your comments to be used for follow-up after meeting. No decision will be made on public comment items during actual SEAC meeting. Any information will be handled outside the meeting through appropriate MCPS staff members. Public comment participants will have three minutes.
No comments should be made that are derogatory or critical of specific MCPS staff members or any other individual on any level. Issues of concern brought forth in public comments should be expressed in global terms. If there is a time sensitive "personal" situation please alert SEAC CoChairs so they might help you and direct you to appropriate staff members to help resolve the issue.
Public comments are followed with updates by the directors in DSES.
SEAC CoChairs can be accessed for any questions or concerns. The CoChairs are:
For more information, contact the MCPS Department of Special Education Services at 240-740-3900 or one of the CoChairs.
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