Special Education Advisory Committee


    The Richfield Public Schools recognizes what an important role families play, not only in the development of their children but in the development of our school program as a whole. One of the ways that we keep the connection in our special education department between families and school is through the Special Education Advisory Committee.

    The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is a team of parents/guardians and staff who meet regularly throughout the school year to promote communication between families, school, and community, actively seeking input from families. Meetings also include updates on current special education topics and how the information relates to services for students. While some parents choose to attend nearly every meeting, we also welcome those of you who just want to drop in on one meeting to see what it is all about, or to drop in whenever your schedule allows.


    seac committee

    Special Education
    Advisory Committee


    We need parent/guardian
    representatives of children birth
    through age 21 to join SEAC.
    As a member of SEAC you will join
    other parents and school district staff to:

    Provide input into the decision-making
    the process of the Richfield Public School’s
    Department of Special Education
    Promote communication between
    families, school and community.
    Advocate for high quality educational
    programs for all learners.
    Your ideas and contributions will be
    important considerations in the
    decision-making process.
    SEAC meetings:

    September 19, 2019     5:30pm - 7:00pm

    November 21, 2019       5:30pm - 7:00pm

    January 16, 2020          5:30 - 7:00pm   

    March 19, 2020          5:30 - 7:00pm   


    Click here to read 2018-2019 Notes