What is SEAC?
Under Ontario's Education Act, every student is entitled to a program which meets their needs. In Superior-Greenstone District School Board, our Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) helps the Board protect the rights of students with special learning needs. SEAC provides information, advise and assistance to parents/guardians whose children may require additional support.
SEAC advises and makes recommendations to the Board concerning the establishment and development of special education programs and services.
What happens at a SEAC Meeting?
SEAC meetings are a forum for SEAC members to provide advice and discussion of Board programs and support services for exceptional pupils.
Meetings follow a formal format including:
- Review of Minutes
- Current issues and initaitives in Special Education
- Board Reports by Staff
- Correspondence and questions
You are welcome to attend!
The Superior-Greenstone District School Board invites all parents/guardians and interested members of the public to attend Special Education Advisory Committee meetings.
SEAC Meeting Minutes