The Queen Anne’s County Special Education Citizens’ Advisory Committee (SECAC) is committed to ensuring the provision of quality services to students with disabilities ages birth to 21 by working collaboratively with families, community, school staff, and other professionals to provide a forum to discuss issues related to and advocate for positive changes in special education in Queen Anne’s County Public Schools.
Officers for the 2022 – 2023 School Year
Committee Chair: Mandy Landon
Committee Co-Chair: Vacant
Please contact Mandy Landon at [email protected] to apply for a vacant position!
New members are always welcome! Members may include:
- Self-advocates (i.e. individuals with disabilities, including students)
- Families of students with disabilities
- Special Education and general education teachers
- Related service providers
- The Office of Special Education and local school administrators
- The Partners for Success Center
- Disability and advocacy organizations/groups
- Institutions of higher learning that prepare special education and related services personnel
- Post-secondary, vocational, rehabilitative, community and/or business organizations concerned with the provision of education and transition services for students with disabilities
Benefits of Membership
- Access to SECAC-sponsored workshops and seminars
- Networking with other parents
- Interactions directly with Department of Special Education senior personnel
- Education about State and County resources
To learn more or inquire about joining, please contact [email protected].
2022 – 2023 SECAC Meeting Schedule
RSVPs for meetings are encouraged but not mandatory. CLICK HERE to RSVP.