The Southeast Polk Community School District is proud to provide quality programs for all students, offering a comprehensive system of supports for students entitled to an Individualized Education Program (IEP). The Special Education department serves approximately 750 students throughout the school district. A range of special education services designed to meet the individual needs of all students is provided in each building.
Southeast Polk Community School District is committed to collaboratively working with parents to support students. Regular meetings are held throughout each school year for parents who are interested in learning more about special education, collaborating with other parents, and working to identify ways to improve services for students. The name of this group is, “SPEAC-Sp. Ed. Advisory Committee: Giving Every Student a Voice.” SPEAC’s mission is to, “Develop and promote opportunities for parent engagement, open communication, and community collaboration for student achievement and wellbeing in successful living, learning and working transitions.” This group meets five times per year from 6:00 to 7:30 on the fourth Tuesday of the month in the SEP High School multipurpose room.
SPEAC MISSION STATEMENT:
Develop and promote opportunities for parent engagement, open communication, and community collaboration for student achievement and wellbeing in successful living, learning and working transitions.
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