Levittown SEPTA (Special Education Parent Teacher Association)
What parents need to know to address their child's emotional growth
Tues., Feb. 27th, 2018
General Membership Meeting Dates
All General Membership Meetings are held at Levittown Memorial Education Center in the large board room at 7:30 P.M. Meetings are listed in the School District Calendar
WHAT IS SEPTA?
SEPTA - a PTA within a school district bringing together people interested in children with educational needs that cannot be met in the regular classroom setting.
Organized to support, strengthen and promote a greater awareness of special education.
Encourage and promote an understanding of students' needs, while striving to discover and implement ways of best meeting them.
To bring together parents and teachers of all special children regardless of their specific needs, in order to share the experiences involved in educating their children/
To keep parents informed of issues and changes affecting their children.
To familiarize parents with the Committee
on Special Education and identification/placement procedures for programs serving their children.
To educate legislators, school board members and the community about the needs of
children with special needs.
To encourage integration of the child with special needs into regular programs with his/her peers.
Your SEPTA membership of $10.00 per person helps to provide programming for parents and teachers. Help us help you and join today by filling out our membership form and return it to your child's teacher or mail it to:
Levittown SEPTA, LMEC, 150 Abbey Lane, Levittown, NY 11756
Special Education Dept. - Membership