The Braintree Special Education Parent Advisory Council is an organization run by parents in conjunction with the Braintree Public Schools. The purpose of the SEPAC is to give children with special needs in our community a voice, stimulate parent involvement and to establish an effective channel of communication between the school district and parents of children with special needs. The ultimate goal is to enhance special education service delivery for students throughout the school district. Membership is open to all parents/guardians of children with disabilities.

If you have a child on a 504 (accommodations plan) or an IEP (Individual Education Plan) and you live in Braintree, you are already a member of Braintree SEPAC. Please join us at one of our monthly Parent meetings or other events to learn more.

If you have questions about Braintree programs and specialized services that are available at the pre-school, elementary, middle and high school levels, see the Parent's Guide.  For general SEPAC questions, or to be added to the distribution list, please contact braintreesepac@gmail.com.

Community Inclusion Awards

Inclusion means that all children and youth are given equal opportunity to participate in the community. More specifically, children and youth with special needs are participating alongside their typical peers. We are proud to have honored several people for how they demonstrate a commitment to inclusion!

Award Recipients