The Garrett County Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC) will hold its first meeting of the year on October 15, 2019, from 5:00-7:00 PM at The Alley, 499 Oakland Drive, Oakland, MD.
SECAC, established in 2003, serves in an advisory capacity to the County Superintendent and Board of Education on issues affecting the education of students with disabilities.
The committee’s mission includes, among others, advocating for all students with disabilities or special needs, promoting community and citizen awareness of issues relating to disabilities, and providing a forum for county-wide citizen input on special education programs related to services and relevant issues.
Bowling, pizza, and drinks will be provided for families following the meeting.
All interested parents or community members are invited to attend this meeting. For any questions, please call Ms. Deneice Crites, Birth to Five Coordinator, at 301-334-7658.
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