SEPAG (Special Education Parent Advisory Group)  

    According to the NJ Special Education Code, a SEPAG is an advisory partnership built between parents and educators that work together to address system-level challenges affecting students with disabilities and their families. Every school district in New Jersey is required to have a SEPAG. A SEPAG is not a parent support group but is a way for the district to gain valuable input about our special education programs from the parent perspective.  


    Our Mission: SEPAG meets throughout the year to provide a forum for parents to provide input to the district on issues concerning students with disabilities, as well as gain valuable information about a variety of topics relevant to parents and families of students with disabilities. We welcome the participation of all parents on an ongoing basis or only when a topic is of interest. 


    District Vision: To provide an equitable and inclusive learning experience for all our students.


    SEPAG District Contact information:

    Mrs. Jennifer Horne
    Supervisor of Special Education 

     SEPAG Parent Contact information:  the district will have a parent coordinator that helps to ensure a broad inclusion of stakeholders.


    Meeting Dates:

    January 2022 

    Overview of SEPAG role/purpose, goals of the Special Ed Dept.  

    S.O.S (Strengths Oust Stress) Promoting Well Being at Home 
    presented by Bergen’s Promise-Rescheduled for May 7, 2022

     February 16, 2022 

    Assistive Technology- click below for video recording
    Understanding the Technology our Students Use Daily

    May 7, 2022
    S.O.S (Strengths Oust Stress) Promoting Well Being at Home 
    Presented by Bergen’s Promise

    We welcome ideas! Please complete the Google Form with feedback


    Resources to help navigate the special education process:

    What is an IEP?

    General Resources for Families:

    Bergen Resource Net