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Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC)


Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC)


The purpose of the Special Education Advisory Council is to act as an advisory body to the District through the Director of Student Support Services on behalf of students receiving special education services. The Special Education Advisory Committee will work towards the district mission of "creating a caring and inclusive school culture" as it applies to students with special needs and their families. 

Special Education Advisory Council Membership

Edina Public Schools advisory councils provide input, advice, direction, and insight to District leadership. The District uses the advisory council model to help shape policies, procedures, and practices. Advisory positions include membership on various Teaching & Learning, Finance, and Leadership subcommittees, councils, teams, and task forces.

Those interested in volunteering on the council should fill out this application. Appointments are made by district administration and the school board to ensure a balanced representation of community and staff. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month, alternating between noon and late afternoon meeting times at the Edina Community Center. Most terms are for one to three years.

The purpose of the Special Education Advisory Council is to provide input, support, and advice to district administration on topics related to special education services and support. Apply below!


Contact Information

Carrie Carroll