WWP SEPTSA is a district-wide PTSA building strong partnerships among parents, teachers, students and the school administration and community.  We strive to help students with special education services, Section 504 accommoda-tions, or in need of support so that they can be better understood, integrated and embraced by our school district and community.

                 2019-2020 Board

President - Kathleen Moriarty

Vice President - Lori Marabella

2nd Vice President - Jennifer Riccards

Treasurer - Sanchita Mukerji Sarkar

Secretary - Tina Dong

About Us
  • Understanding, Advocacy and Support

 

  • Connections

  • Education

  • Scholarships

  • Student Programs

  • Parent Programs

  • PTA Benefits

  • District-wide Scope

Upcoming SEPTSA Events

(see "Events" page for additional information of local, state and national events)

Understanding How to Improve IEPs and 504s

Tuesday, Jan 30 @ 7pm

Location:  Community Middle School 

SPEAKER:  Beth Manes, J.D. and Special Needs Advocate  

Join us for our 3rd PTSA meeting followed by our speaker, Beth Manes.  As a special needs advocate whose cases have helped students achieve greater inclusion and helped parents structure adult guardianship and estate programs, she offers advice throughout their development from young child into adulthood.  She'll help help parents understand how testing and other documentation can guide the goals and progress. Contact Jennifer at jenballen@yahoo.com to RSVP and discuss any questions.  

Reasons to Join
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Reasons to Join

​“Disability is natural. We must stop believing that disabilities keep a person from doing something. Because that’s not true . . . Having a disability doesn’t stop me from doing anything.”   - Benjamin Snow, from his essay "Attitudes About People with Disabilities"

Brave is when my child with a learning disability or any disability gets up and goes to school.  Brave is when at that place of learning, they feel so very overwhelmed and isolated, and they know they learn differently from others.  Brave is when they come home to hours of homework and do it even though its hard, they cry .... but they keep on going because they know you have their back.    -- Anonymous Parent 

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