News & Announcements
SEAC Parent and Student Workshop - Monday Oct. 23 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. - Learning Disability Association of New Jersey (LDANJ) Students Teaching Advocacy through Mentoring Program (STAMP)
You can attend IN-PERSON or VIRTUALLY. STAMPNJ wants to help to stamp out feelings of shame and lack of information about learning disabilities Mentoring students so they can recognize, accept and understand their learning disability and providing outreach to parents, teachers, school administrators, etc about learning disabilities and supports, accommodations, and interventions.
The Jackson Township Police Department is pleased to announce the creation of a registry to assist the members of our community who may be autistic or have any other communication disabilities. This registry is free, totally voluntary and is intended to provide the police with quick access to critical information about a registered person in an emergency.
These SEAC parent representatives have offered to be a resource to other parents. They are listed by school.
Parental requests and consents regarding the IEP process or inclusions to the IEP MUST be in writing with an original signature (not by email).
Please see more information about this mandated practice.
Watch our video presentation here - and view some helpful LINKS for families
2023-2024 SEAC Workshops
Public participation is encouraged - See upcoming dates
Monday, Oct. 23, 2023 - 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Holman Elementary School (or you can join virtually)
TOPIC: Students Teaching Advocacy through Mentoring (STAMP) presentation for parents and students
See Flyer for full details and how to attend or join virtually
Special Education Advisory Committee
The Jackson School District Department of Special Education consists of qualified and motivated special education administrators, child study team members, teachers, paraprofessionals, and related service providers. We work collaboratively with parents to ensure that all students with disabilities are provided with a quality education in the least restrictive appropriate environment and that students have access to the resources necessary for them to experience the academic and behavioral growth required to meet their full potential.
The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) provides input to the district on issues concerning students with disabilities and encourages proactive collaboration between parents and school district personnel regarding matters pertaining to special education. Our SEAC members are an excellent resource for support, information sharing, and problem solving.