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Happy Holidays from Norfolk SEPAC!

Updated: Dec 21, 2020

We were so excited to be invited to participate in Norfolk's 1st Annual Making Spirits Bright Lights Spectacular. We hope you got to enjoy the beautiful lights from our local town organizations and thank you to the Norfolk Lions and the Norfolk Community League for organizing!


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Happy Holidays!

We are excited to start 2021 off with some informative events and special guests - please join us when you can and help spread the word about the Norfolk SEPAC.

Save the Date for 2021 SEPAC Events


SEPAC Virtual General Meeting with Special Guest!

January 13, 2021

Special Guest: Dr. Anna Eberwein-Tupper, Director of Student Support Services; Norfolk Public Schools

Join us for an informal chat with Dr. Tupper about Special Education supports offered through the Norfolk Public Schools. Dr. Tupper is pleased to answer your pre-submitted questions and we are thrilled she is joining us! Please submit any questions here that you would like answered during the conversation.

Location: Click Here for Zoom Link

Time: 7:00pm


Parent event: Talking to your Child about their ADHD Diagnosis

Date: Late January, exact date TBD

Join us as we chat with Katelyn Mabry, host of the podcast Journey with me through ADHD; A podcast geared educating, empowering, and encouraging listeners to understand their uniquely wired, neuro-divergent minds.

We will be discussing managing the initial and ongoing conversation with your child as they become old enough to understand their ADHD Diagnosis. There will be a short presentation and time for Q&A.

Location: Virtual Meeting; Registration Link COMING SOON

Time: 7:00pm


SEPAC Virtual General Meeting

February 10, 2021

Special Guest: Norfolk and KP Schools' Family Wellness Regional Program Director, Dot Pearl

Join us as we discuss how to access wellness resources in the Norfolk Community and get insight from Dot Pearl, our regional Director of Wellness.

Location: Virtual Meeting; Click Here for Zoom Link

Time: 7:00pm


SEPAC Virtual General Meeting

March 10, 2021

Special Guest: Sarah Henesey, Senior Director of Inclusion and Diversity for the Hockomock YMCA; Bernon Family Branch.

Join us as we discuss summer camp inclusion success and local opportunities. We will also discuss how to set your child up for success in a summer camp program. Learn about local camp resources right before registration opens for summer 2021!

Location: Virtual Meeting; Click Here for Zoom Link

Time: 7:00pm


SEPAC Virtual General Meeting

April 14, 2021

Special Guest: TBD

Location: Virtual Meeting; Click Here for Zoom Link

Time: 7:00pm


SEPAC Virtual General Meeting

May 12, 2021

Special Guest: Lisa M. Moy, Director of Student Services - King Philip Regional Middle School

Join us as we discuss transitioning from the Freeman Kennedy to Middle School and what you should know to help your child make the transition a success!

Location: Virtual Meeting; Click Here for Zoom Link

Time: 7:00pm


Want to know more about us?

The Norfolk SEPAC is run by Norfolk parents and provides a great support system for families with all types of needs. We offer educational presentations, resources, information on the IEP process, and opportunities for parents and students to connect in a supportive and inclusive environment.

A SEPAC is a public body which serves as an adviser to the School Committee on matters that pertain to the education and safety of students with disabilities. In addition, the SEPAC has a duty to meet regularly with school officials to participate in the planning, development and evaluation of the district’s special education programs.

The SEPAC is a self-governing body (creates its own by-laws and operational procedures) and is open to all parents of children with 504s and IEPs and any other interested parties.

A SEPAC is different from a PTA, PTO or School Council – it does not represent families from one school, but serves all families of children with special needs from the entire school district.

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