• Murrieta Valley SEPAC

    Special Education Parent Advisory Committee

     What is SEPAC? 

    • We are parents of special education students in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District.
    • We are dedicated to working with school staff, educators, administrators, and each other to enhance the learning experiences of our children.



    It is the purpose of SEPAC to develop a positive and knowledgeable partnership between the parents and caregivers of children with exceptional needs and the professionals who serve them, by providing resources through support, training and community awareness programs.

    • To develop communication channels between individuals with exceptional needs and/or their parents or guardians, school district administrators, and professional staff.
    • To make available a support system by which individuals with exceptional needs and/or their parents or guardians and the professionals who serve them may express their needs and concerns for their children's educational progress by providing a method of directing the concerned individual to the appropriate person.
    • To provide members with an annual survey to determine the areas of need. The information will be used by the Executive Committee in recommending annual priorities.
    • To assist in parent education and to function as a support group for students and/or parents or guardians of students with exceptional needs, and the professionals who serve them by conducting information programs on an individual or group basis, and maintaining a communication network.
  • 2022-2023 SEPAC Workshops and Events

    Tuesday, October 4 –  Location: Shivela Middle School -  6:00 -7:30 PM

                  Topic: ABC's of IEP's - Open to all SpEd families. 

    Tuesday, December 6 – Location: Shivela Middle School  6:00 - 7:30 PM

                   Event: Community Resource Fair  

    Tuesday, March 7, 2023 – Location: Vista Murrieta High School 

                   Topic: Staff Recognition

    Tuesday,  April 25, 2023 - TBD



Last Modified on November 7, 2022