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Revere Special Education Parent Advisory Council - S.E.P.A.C.

What is SEPAC?

The Parent Advisory Councils is a requirement of the current Chapter 766 Massachusetts Special Education Regulations; each school district is required to have a Parent Advisory Council.  We are a  system-wide organization of parents/guardians, teachers, and administrators working in partnership to promote an innovative educational  environment where children with disabilities have equal access to educational opportunities and that our schools are safe, nurturing, challenging learning environments for all children. This organization provides access to relevant  resources laws, regulations, and activities that  impact special education in this community and across the state.

Mission Statement

The mission of Revere Special Education Parent Advisory Council is to work toward the understanding, respect, support, and appropriate education for all children with special needs in our community.

Who should be involved?

  • Parents and/or guardians of children who receive special education services (IEP/504 Plan)
  • Parents and/or guardians who believe their child may be in need of special education services
  • Parents and/or guardians who are learning about the special education process and/or those who already have a child on an IEP or 504 plan
  • Parents/guardians or educators who want to learn more about local resources, such as parent-workshops, programs, camps, etc.
  • Parents and/or guardians who would like a support group that understands their concerns.

Why should I get involved?

  • To have input on programs and events that could affect your child
  • To network with other families, share advice, and receive feedback regarding specialized programs and services.

Key Objectives

  • Provide outreach and a network of support for caregivers,
    including access to relevant
    information, regulations and laws, training and support
  • Promote an innovative
    educational environment where children with disabilities have equal access to educational
  • Collaborate with the School
    Committee to continually
    improve the educational
    opportunities which promote
    improved educational outcomes for children with disabilities
  • Promote communication and
    programs within the community to encourage greater
    understanding, acceptance,
    compassion, and
  • Stay current on public policy
    issues that impact all education in Massachusetts and respond as 

Facebook: Revere Sepac  - Twitter: @RevereSEPAC - Call: 781-485-7163 - Text “@rps-sepac” to 81010 - Email: [email protected]

Julie Brown

TBD-Vice President
Laura Ricon

TBD- Treasurer
[email protected]

Maria Capacho

Emily Delauri– RPS Liaison
[email protected]

Revere Public Schools

Dr. Dianne Kelly

Dr. Danielle Mokaba–Bernardo
Assistant Superintendent

Dr. Gallucci
Assistant Superintendent

Kati Phelan
Director of Student Services
6th Grade– Post Graduate

Lisa Hanifan
Director of Student Services
Pre-K– 5th Grade

Special Education Department