The mission of the Spring-Ford Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) is to work for the consideration, respect, support, inclusion, and appropriate education for all the neurodiverse children within the Spring-Ford community.

Spring-Ford SEPAC first met in January 2022 with a group of 40 parents both in person and online. The group is actively looking for parents and community members to volunteers in leadership roles including:

  • Co-Chair
  • Secretary
  • IT Support

Email the to learn more and to volunteer.

SEPAC Leadership

Kathy Morris, Chairperson

Jenn Brown, PR/Communications

Email SEPAC to get involved.