The Groton-Dunstable SEPAC’s mission is to provide a network in which families of children with special needs have access to relevant information, training and emotional support and to encourage an atmosphere of effective communication, understanding, and mutual respect among all students, parents, educators and the community-at-large.

The Groton-Dunstable SEPAC is a coalition of special and regular education families for the support and betterment of all.    If you have any questions, concerns or comments, please feel free to contact any of the GD SEPAC Officers (see “Contact Us”).  In addition, one or more parents have volunteered to serve as SEPAC liaison to each of the schools in our District.  These liaisons can be great sources of information for parents who are new to the District, but also for anyone who is curious to learn about what resources may be available to assist with their own child’s education needs.

As required by state law, this GD SEPAC holds its meetings in accordance with the Commonwealth’s open meeting laws.  Meeting times will be posted along with agendas, minutes will be taken and all are welcome to attend.   The GD SEPAC’s by-laws may be read or downloaded by clicking here.

2 responses to “About GD SEPAC

  1. Is the Parent Resource Center still in existence? If so, what hours is it typically open? Thanks.

    • As the Prescott Building is no longer being used by the district, our resources will be moving. Currently, I believe they are still in the building. But need to verify that with the administration – we are looking at other possible venues for the resources.

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