SEPAC Contacts and Meeting Schedule

SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Council) is a group of parents helping other parents with information, resources, and moral support.  If you have one question or several, we can help!  Please email us or come to a meeting.  

Contact Information:

  • Morgan Brinker, SEPAC Chair,  
  • Kristin Campione, District Contact,

2019-2020 Meetings:

  • February 4 – Building Supports for the Future – this meeting will be held from 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
    Building Supports for the Future Informational Flyer
  • March 24 – Cindy Shea, Physical Therapist, CAPS Collaborative; Meagan Dunbar, Occupational Therapist, CAPS Collaborative; Speech/Language Pathologist, QRSD.  Presentation and discussion on strategies to carryover language, fine motor, and gross motor activities from school to home 
  • April 28 – Parent Networking Federation for Children with Special needs (FCSN) Resource Sharing
  • May 12 – Faculty and Staff Recognitions followed by a Business Meeting

All meetings will be held from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Educational Support Center located at 872 South Street, Barre, unless otherwise noted.  All meetings are subject to change due to speaker availability and/or weather. 


Our Mission…

  • Work toward improved understanding and respect for all children with special needs in our community.
  • Provide a network of parents to share resources and to support one another through common interest and concern for our children.
  • Encourage a partnership between the families of special needs children and the Quabbin Regional School District and, in doing so, improve the opportunities and education of special needs children.
  • Promote and support an educational environment where each child is encouraged and provided with opportunities to attain their fullest potential. 

Get Involved…

  • Become a SEPAC member; there are no membership fees
  • Attend a presentation:  Each year the Quabbin Region SEPAC offers free presentations, in addition to a Basic Rights seminar
  • Come to a meeting:  Attend our meetings, where experienced parents are available to answer your questions and to lend a supportive hand.