NewtonPAC for Special Education events

The Newton Parent Advisory Council (NewtonPAC) for Special Education serves as a liaison between parents of students with special needs and school district administrators.

January 19, 7:30 pm – SPED Review and Trend Report: Follow-up and Next Steps

Superintendent David Fleishman and Judy Levin-Charns, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services are hosting an evening meeting for discussion of special education in Newton with Newton Parent Advisory Council for Special Education (NewtonPAC). Also attending will be Dorsey Yearley, the consultant helping to implement the changes at Newton South HS and who will be working with staff to make changes to middle school sped programing.

The evening will provide an opportunity to share and discuss special education planning by NPS in light of the release of new information available in the sped review, the trends report, and the ongoing work at South and the middle schools by Dorsey Yearley and NPS staff.

Room 210, 100 Walnut Street, Newtonville.
Networking and light refreshments beginning at 7:15 pm.

January 26, 8:45 am – Meeting with SpEd Administrators

Join NewtonPAC board members for an open meeting of the NewtonPAC Board with Judy Levin-Charns, NPS Assistant Superintendent for Student Services and other administrators.

Room 304, 100 Walnut Street, Newtonville 8:45 am to 9:45 am.

Newton Parent Advisory Council (NewtonPAC) for Special Education meetings are free and open to all people interested in learning more about special education in Newton. Questions, contact Sandy and Jo-Louise at info@newtonpac.org or visit NewtonPAC for Special Education at our website www.newtonpac.org

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