Special Education Advisory Council
Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC)
The purpose of SEAC is to advise and support the Special Education Department in the delivery of the district's mission to Inspire, Educate, and Empower all learners with specific applications to learners with disabilities and their families.
- Advises the Special Education Department on current issues, program development, and parental concerns and involvement.
- Serves as an advocate for high-quality special education programs.
- Promotes communication between family, school, and community.
We believe when parents and caregivers of students with disabilities share their unique perspectives on what it is like to use special education services, that they help our school district to be more effective and improve outcomes for all children with disabilities.
Membership and Meetings
The council is scheduled to meet several times during the school year from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM. Participation from all interested community members is welcome. The council consists of parents, students with a disability, community representatives, and school staff. At least 50 percent of the members must be parents of students from diverse disability areas.
What parents of students with special needs are saying about ISD 728:
- "Be okay with alternative paths."
- "Trust and believe in the process."
- "The teachers were so supportive and I felt included in the process as a parent."
- "The teachers have all taken time to learn about my children and their needs as individuals."
- "I feel part of a team."
- "The stereotype I expected for my child was totally turned around the moment we started programming."
- "Get to know the teachers... and partner with the school staff. Everyone wants the best!"
- "[My child] loves school, and it is because he has a caring team who has carefully put in place the supports needed for him to be successful!"