SEPAC

Special Education Parent Advisory Committee 

This group is a state-mandated, district-level parent group charged with providing input to the local school district on system-level challenges in special education and related services.

 

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The Path To Better Communication and Involvement


Updates and Information

SEPAC Meeting - Tuesday, October 19th (click on the link for more information)

NJ Youth Transition Conference - Saturday, October 2nd (click on the link for more information)

Parental Rights In Special Education (PRISE)

Children Friendly Resources for Parents

OUR MISSION STATEMENT:
  • To meet with those interested in promoting the educational, emotional and social welfare of all disabled children;
  • To give parents and guardians a forum to exchange ideas;
  • To inform parents and guardians of the educational services available;
  • To establish a line of communication among teachers, administrators, Board of Education members, parents and guardians;
  • To guarantee equal opportunity for all disabled students;
  • To aid parents and guardians in seeking their legal rights.

COMMUNICATIONS

The Department of Pupil Personnel Services can be reached at the following telephone number: (973) 263-7200 ext. 7215

The Department of Pupil Personnel Services is comprised of the following supervisors:

Mr. Keith Cortright, Executive Director of Pupil Personnel Services
Mr. Joseph Wohlgemuth, Coordinating Supervisor of Special Education PreK-5
Dr. Tarah Santaniello, Coordinating Supervisor of Special Education 6-12
Cory Wegesa, Coordinating Supervisor of Guidance and Medical Services

If you would like information regarding the referral, classification and/or placement of your child, please contact your child's school principal or Case Manager.