Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)

SPECIAL EDUCATION ADVISORY COMMITTE (SEAC) is a district panel composed of parents and special education staff.  It's focus is to provide a bridge between parents, the school district and the community.  SEAC provides an opportunity for parents to share their views and gain information pertaining to students who are on an IEP. 

Periodically throughout the school year, SEAC sponsors informational sharing presentations that are open to the public, including parents and teachers.  These presentations are typically focused on effective methods and resources available for students with special needs.  The  presentations are held in the Weld RE-4 School District Office located at 1020 Main Street in Windsor, CO.  If you would like to become a member of the committee, please contact Jennifer Sedaghat at [email protected] .

Parents Encouraging Parents Conferences- The Colorado Department of Education's Exceptional Student Services Unit plans conferences throughout the year that are family-centered and designed to offer support, information and education to parents and professionals.  These Conferences are designed to promote partnerships that are essential in supporting and including children with disabilities and their families in schools and the community.  PEP conferences are offered at no cost to attendees. Click here for a link to PEP information on the CDE website.

COURAGE TO RISK CONFERENCE~is a collaborative conference comprised of a variety of organizations committed to the educational success of students with diverse learning needs.  The mission of the CTR conference is to provide quality educational experiences to parents, students, teachers and community members; to provide networking experiences for participants; to motivate those working with students with diverse learning needs. 

2023  COURAGE TO RISK CONFERENCE--Date TBD at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, CO.  
****Keynote Speakers TBD
More information coming soon. Visit the website.  

Easter Seals of Colorado Discovery Club   Click here for more
information about upcoming activities and camps.

NORTHERN COLORADO DOWN SYNDROME MEETINGS-click here for more information.

PEAK PARENT CENTER-provides training, information and technical assistance to equip families of children (birth through age twenty-six including all disability conditions) with strategies to advocate successfully for their children.
Click here to link to the Peak Parent Center website.

 THE ARC OF WELD COUNTY-promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through advocacy and support services.  
Click here to link to their website.
Click here to link to The Arc of Larimer County.