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SEPAG
letter
letter

2020-2021 

September
Representatives from the Child Study Team (CST) will be available from 6:00-8:00 on the Back to School Nights via Google Meets.
October
10/21 Special Education Parent Advisory Group Meeting  6:00 p.m. 
This meeting will be virtual. Contact mangoldt@hamiltonschools.org if you would like to participate.
November
11/10 and 11/11 Representatives from the Child Study Team (CST) will be available during the hours of parent teacher conferences. 
January
1/12 Special Education Parent Advisory Group Meeting  6:00 p.m.
March
3/9 Special Education Parent Advisory Group Meeting 6:00 p.m.

May
5/11 Special Education Parent Advisory Group Meeting

Special Education Parent Newsletters 2020-2021
Will be shared via the Genesis Parent Portal as well as Twitter and Facebook @HTSDspecialed
September 20, 2020
October 11, 2020


Special Education Parent Advisory Group (SEPAG)

Mission Statement

The Hamilton Township School District Special Education Parent Advisory Group  (SEPAG) is part of a statewide volunteer organization. We offer support, provide information, and make available resources to parents of children with special educational needs. We work closely with the Hamilton Township School District Special Education Team to identify areas of need from preschool through grade 8. We are parents of children with learning differences. We are willing to share our experience and information with you. The Hamilton Township School District SEPAG is a supportive, informative, and encouraging forum for you and your child. It is our goal to empower you, the parent, to become an effective advocate for your child.

Norms for Meetings

  • Respect the starting and ending times of meetings.

  • Listen to and hear one another’s viewpoints.

  • Publicly support decisions make by the group.

  • Share promising, evidence-based practices.

  • Keep individual comments confidential.

  • Register Ready

     
  • The NJ Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM) is encouraging residents to sign up with “Register Ready”. This Special Needs Registry for Disasters is an online registry in which citizens can provide emergency response agencies with important information (e.g., if a resident is wheelchair bound or requires medical apparatus) so that emergency responders can be better prepared to serve those individuals during a natural disaster or other emergency. 
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