WELCOME TO THE SEPTA HOME PAGE 2016-2017!
President: Mary Dorney
Vice President: Gina Nee
Treasurer: Laura Sipperley
Recording Secretary: Gina Nee
Membership: Lisa Lettich
WHAT IS SEPTA?
SEPTA stands for Special Education Parent Teacher Association. It is a PTA within a school district that brings together people interested in children with special needs.
SEPTAs were organized to support, strengthen, and promote a greater awareness of children with special needs. We promote an understanding of student's needs, while striving to discover and implement ways of best meeting them. A SEPTA is no different from any other PTA. We must follow the same guidelines, bylaws, procedures, and regulations that govern all PTAs.
Our main purpose is advocating for all children. We keep abreast of the changes in the law and the regulations and we share this information. We sponsor workshops on myriad subjects, from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to planning for students needs after high school.
Our membership consists of parents, teachers, students, administrators, friends, and Board of Education representatives. Anyone interested in improving the quality of education of children with special needs are welcome. (Adapted from Jacqueline Milton, A.D. Western SEPTAs)
Additionally, the Comsewogue SEPTA hosts varying fundraising activities throughout the school year. Each June, these funds go towards scholarships for outstanding Comsewogue seniors in the form of scholarships. We appreciate the generous donations from parents, our school community, and local businesses that allow for this recognition!
MEETING DATES FOR 2016-2017
All meetings are held at the Terryville Library Media Center at 7:00 p.m.
Guest Speaker: Homework Tips by Lisa DeLuca
Guest Speaker: Managing Children's Behavior at Home by Dr. Marty Sobel
Guest Speaker: Facilitating Language at Home by Jennifer Esposito
FUNDRAISER: PSYCHIC NIGHT OUT
$35 PER PERSON INCLUDES FOOD , FUN, RAFFLES
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017, 7-9 P.M. IN DISTRICT OFFICE
RSVP TO GINA NEE (631-338-2345) OR MARY DORNEY (631-365-9353)