Promoting Home and School Partnerships
As a family of a child with a disability, you have access to events and resources offered through the Special Education Advisory Committee. SEAC represents students with disabilities and advises on special education topics, promoting partnerships between home, school, and community to support the education of all students.
- Support Integrated Services sponsored parent engagement opportunities.
- Advise on topics presented by families, community members, and school staff.
- Include family/staff representation from each PSD school.
SEAC family workshops:
The Parent Education Series workshop schedule for the 2018-19
school year is available. Learn more about Parent Education Series workshops in this pdf document.
Meetings are open to all families.
2018-19 SEAC committee members:
Members of the committee are selected annually at the beginning of each school year. Meetings are open for the public to observe the presentations and committee work. Individuals who attend and are not members are not active participants in the committee work.
Erin Camper – Shepardson ECSE
Shana Bohrer – RMHS
Andrea Clement – FCHS
Anne Eakins – Bennett Elem
Rebekah Harvey – Polaris
Susan Higgins – Beattie Elem
Kylara (KJ) Hosman – Bauder Elem
Tamara Keefe – Linton Elem
Randy Stahl - PHS
Stacy Thompson – PHS
LeAnn Massey – Respite Care
Carisa Clinton – The ARC of Larimer County
Jeneen Veins – Colorado State University
Sarah Belleau – Central Office
Amy Cesar – Preston MS
Amanda Ferguson – Wellington MS
Jill Frey – RMHS
Heidi Graber – Central Office
Joe Horky – Bacon Elem
Hannah Kvitle – Lesher MS
Nicholas Smosna – Central Office
For more information about SEAC, contact the Parent Liaison at 970-490-3225.