Bedford Special Education Parents Advisory Council (SEPAC) serves as a valuable resource for parents, guardians, caretakers and educators of children with disabilities and/or learning challenges as a networking hub to connect with others to share information and offer mutual support.
Bedford Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is recognized as a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (Tax ID: 04-2759931).
Erica Colbath-Chair, Treasurer
Coreen Bova Garrett-Communication and Program Manager
Erica Callahan- Davis Liason
Lane Liason- OPEN
Nina Tate-Out of District Liaison
Leslie Savoy-Preschool Liason
High School Liason-OPEN
To provide feedback to our school district and support to our parent community to provide an inclusive learning environment for all our special education students.
April SEPAC Meeting
Thursday, April 28, 2022, at 7:30 PM on zoom
Will include updates on upcoming programs and district work as well as a gue...
May SEPAC Coffee Chat Monday, May 9, 2022, at 9:30 AM at Starbucks Please join us for a coffee chat at Starbucks.
All parents and guardia...
TEACH CHILDREN TO MANAGE THEIR TIME, SPACE AND MATERIALS (AND KEEP THEIR EMOTIONS IN CHECK)! POWERFUL STRATEGIES TO HELP CHILDREN DEVELOP I...
May SEPAC Meeting
Thursday, May 19, 2022, at 7:00 PM on zoom
Will include updates on upcoming programs and district work as well as a guest s...
June End of Year SEPAC Outing Thursday, June 9, 2022, at 7 PM at Red Heat Tavern
Please join us to celebrate the year-end at Red Heat Tave...
From Jason Campoli
"Our family is excited to continue fundraising for the Lenora Campoli SEPAC Educational Fund which will help fund the Bedford SEPAC's efforts this upcoming year in bringing continued education, speakers and awareness to students, educators, and parents of our community, on various topics of inclusion and support of our special education learners.
For over a decade our mom Lenora Campoli donated her time and energy for Bedford SEPAC, an organization she cared about very deeply. Every September on Bedford day she inspired us all leading wheelchair basketball, auctioning items, and lighting up talking about events like the 'Kids on the Block' puppet show she helped drive that fostered awareness for disabilities and learning challenges, to students and educators.
Bedford SEPAC has provided speaker topics such as "Stand Up for Inclusion" and "Anxiety at home and school", and this fall has helped add inclusion support for kids participating in recreation activities.
To raise awareness and kickoff funding for this years efforts, I will be completing a half-ironman distance triathlon event (1.2mi/54mi/13mi swim/bike/run) which will take place (fittingly!) on Bedford Day, Sept 18th in Plymouth, MA. The Campoli Family will again be double-matching all gifts up to our fundraising goal of $4000 for this cause Lenora supported so passionately for so many years!
Please consider a donation of any size for this cause we are very excited to support!" To donate please use this link:
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CO/Erica Colbath 32 Pine Street, Bedford, Massachusetts 01730, United States