Welcome to Lynbrook SEPTA's Website


    SEPTA stands for Special Education PTA.  The Lynbrook SEPTA represents a diverse population of students from preschool to high school, their parents, and teachers.  These children may be classified students, 504 students, or students in the gifted or talented programs.  SEPTA was organized to support, strengthen and promote a greater awareness of special education; and to encourage and promote an understanding of student's needs, while striving to develop and implement ways of meeting them. 
    As an active PTA, SEPTA offers parents help in understanding the special education system.  Parents new to special education will benefit greatly from the SEPTA support network.  Parents already involved are continually learning new information and are eager to share their extensive knowledge and experience. 
    SEPTA coordinates parent information presentations led by professionals in the field of special education.  Monthly SEPTA General Meetings provide updated information and discussion of issues concerning all of the schools in our district.  Notice of these meetings can be found in the calendar below. 
    To ensure that all children receive an education that allows them to reach their potential.    
    To bring together parents, families and teachers of children with special needs so that they may share their experiences.
    To educate parents about special education, including the identification and placement regulations and procedures for children with special needs.
    To inform legislators, school boards, and the community about the importance of special education programs.
    To improve the lives of children by providing cultural, social and physical enrichment.
    To advocate for children with special needs and their right to a free and appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment.

Parents, families, teachers and school administrators.
Anyone having an interest in the welfare of children with special needs.


This site has been developed for the educational use and support of parents and staff members of the Lynbrook SEPTA.  The links in this website are not affiliated with, or sponsored or supported by the Lynbrook Public Schools.  Any and all information posted on these links is provided to you solely by these links and is not school endorsed by the Lynbrook Public Schools.


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I Have a Voice - Down Syndrome