Updated: Jun 3, 2021
The following is the video recording from the March 24, 2021, Haverhill SEPAC virtual Basic Rights Training.
The Haverhill Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) will host a Basic Rights Training on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at 6 PM. All parents, guardians, and caregivers of children with individual education plans or 504 plans or those who think their children may have special needs are encouraged to attend this important free online workshop.
Please register today.
Holly graduated from Boston University and the Massachusetts School of Law, where she worked as a full-time professor for 17 years. Currently, Holly is a member of the North Andover School Committee.
Holly also spent five years serving on the board of North Andover's SEPAC. She is a member of the Council of Parents, Attorneys, and Advocates for Special Education (COPAA) and the Special Education Advocacy Network (SPAN).
She has a deep understanding of the challenges both parents and schools face in special education. As the parent of a child with disabilities, Holly is passionate about ensuring that every child receives a meaningful education.
After years of advocating for her son, who has a learning disability, Jennifer decided to follow her passion for advocacy. Her mission is to steer families through the challenging special education process, demonstrate advocacy skills, and achieve appropriate special education services for their children.
With her guidance, parents will become an informed part of the IEP (Individual Education Plan) Team while saving them time and stress. Jennifer trained with the Federation for Children with Special Needs (FCSN) and COPAA. She regularly attends professional development opportunities to stay current and expand her knowledge.
Registration is required for the March 24, 2021, Haverhill SEPAC meeting at 6 pm.
Haverhill SEPAC held a Basic Rights Training in Spanish for the first time in Haverhill on January 22, 2019 You can watch the video on the Haverhill SEPAC website (Capacitación en derechos básicos en español).