Ramapo Central SEPTA

2018-19 Meeting Dates

10/1/18 Meet and Greet with Special Education Administration & Teachers

12/3/18 Topic to be determined

3/3/19 Topic to be determined with Clinical Staff of RCSD (Dr. Kagan)

5/6/19 Topic to be determined

 All meetings are at 7PM in the Suffern Middle School Library

Who are we?

The Ramapo Central Special Education PTA (SEPTA) is a district-wide Parent Teacher Association organized that provides information and support to parents and caregivers of children with special needs, including those with 504 plans,or IEP's, receiving RTI or general building level support. Our mission is to create a true sense of community for all families of children with disabilities. From EI and CPSE through high school to age 21. SEPTA sponsors speakers, parent gatherings, library resources and educational programs in an effort to create a true parent support, community network. All are welcome. For more information, contact one of our SEPTA officers.

What Are Our Goals?

To conduct educational training and workshops
Help our members find information about and understand their child's disability
Provide referrals to other individuals or organizations
Provide scholarships to graduating seniors and educational grants to special education teachers.
Offer a monthly support group to our members so they can connect with other parents facing similar needs and issues
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We Are One Award

We are currently looking for individuals to volunteer for our "We are One Award" committee. The members of the committee will review nominations of teachers and school personnel who have been nominated by staff, parents and students . These nominees have gone above and beyond to help make a difference in the lives of our children with special needs. Please contact Marnie Milidantri if you are interested.

SEPTA Scholarship Awards

SEPTA is offering 4 scholarships to graduating seniors.   We are offering two $500 scholarships for those students who are currently graduating with an IEP/504 in place and two scholarships for $250 for students that have had an IEP/504 in their academic history.  Please contact your guidance counselor for and application.