The Fairfield Special Education Parent and Teachers Association, Inc., (SEPTA), invites anyone with an interest in improving the educational, social and recreational opportunities of children with special needs to join our membership. Together we can make a difference in every child’s life.
Click here to learn about the history of Fairfield SEPTA, Inc.
It is the mission of Fairfield SEPTA to promote continuous improvement and excellence in public education for children with disabilities through:
- Social, Recreational and Educational Programs
- Parent Education and Resources
- Professional Development and Grants supporting innovation
- Recognition of Outstanding Practices in Special Education
and Fairfield SEPTA’s mission is in line with the CT PTSA’s mission to:
- Support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community, and before governmental bodies and otherorganizations that make decisions affecting children;
- Assist parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children; and
- Encourage parent and public involvement in the public schools of the nation.
The Fairfield SEPTA is a group of parents, teachers, community professionals and community supporters striving to improve the education and social interactions and recreational opportunities of children with special needs. Begun in 1999, the Fairfield SEPTA grew out of a parent support group at the Early Childhood Center, with 44 members. As of this fall, SEPTA has 200+ members. SEPTA provides the parents/ guardians/ caretakers of special education students with support and resources. SEPTA, however, does not and will not provide legal advice or individual advocacy.
Our purpose is to address broader issues that impact all children with special needs in our community. Fairfield SEPTA’s overall message and approach as a PTA is to work in a positive and collaborative manner with our school system and our community.
DATE: Wednesday, April 8th
PLACE: McKinley School
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
TOPIC/SPEAKER: Probate Judge Daniel Caruso, Probate will discuss guardianship and conservatorship
Childcare will be provided only on an as needed basis. If you require childcare, please email Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for childcare must be made no later than 24 hours in advance of the presentation.
Disclaimer: Fairfield SEPTA, Inc. does not endorse or recommend any particular organization, business or person. Informational meetings are provided as a matter of courtesy. Please carefully consider the appropriateness of the topic to your personal needs/situation. These meetings are offered only as opportunities for people to connect with information.
SEPTA BOOK CLUB
November’s book club meeting was canceled. New date to be announced soon!
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