Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee

Bylaws of the Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee

SECACInformation@fcps.org

The Frederick County Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee works in collaboration with students, families, FCPS staff, and the community to advise the office of special education and the Board of Education. The committee will focus on open and honest communication, improving effectiveness and accountability, advocating for appropriate resources, and identifying individual issues that may often be systemic. The committee will work together to put children first.

Members will be parents of children with disabilities enrolled in FCPS, FCPS staff members serving students with disabilities, high school students with or without disabilities and community members who have special knowledge or interest in the needs of special education students. Maximum member ship will be 28 voting members comprised of 50% parent representation, 25% FCPS representation, 25% community representation and up to 3 non-voting student members.

MAY
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SECAC Meeting

6:00 PM

SECAC Meeting 6 PM, teleconference For information about the above-listed meeting(s...

Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC)

Are you a parent, community leader, high school student or FCPS staff member who has an interest in working collaboratively to support needs attributed to students with disabilities? The Frederick County Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC) needs you!

If interested in being considered for membership, please see more information on SECAC and fill out the online application here or download the PDF document and return it to secacinformation@gmail.com by Monday, May 31, 2021.  

You may also print the application and mail or drop off to:

Partners for Success
Frederick County Public Schools
191 Waverley Drive
Frederick, MD 21702

Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC)

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