Welcome to the West Genesee Special Education Parent Teacher Student Association webpage!
Special Education PTAs (or SEPTAs) are designed to help parents advocate for special needs children. It is a place for parents and teachers to exchange information on various programs, funding, ever-changing state and federal laws and to support each other on the many problems of adjustment, growth, and development our members face. SEPTA has regular meetings just like any other PTA, with speakers to run lectures or workshops on many pressing issues for our children.
The West Genesee Special Education PTSA was founded on February 2, 2009, and represents students K-12 in the West Genesee School District. Membership is not restricted to parents/teachers/students enrolled in special education programs or receiving special services. It is open to any interested parent, teacher, student or administrator.
You will find information below and to the right that will help you to find answers to questions you may have about Special Education
Click here to view a recording of “What’s Your Gut Telling You” by Amy Doyle MS, CNS presented on November 10, 2021
General Special Education PTSA Meetings for 2022-2023
All meetings start at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom or location TBD
- Wednesday, September 28 – Membership Kick-off & Information Night
- Wednesday, October 26
- Tuesday, November 29
- Wednesday, January 25
- Tuesday, February 28
- Wednesday, March 29
- Wednesday, April 26
Please email SEPTSA at firstname.lastname@example.org to join our mailing list or follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WGSEPTSA
Become a member online at https://wgseptsa2018.memberhub.com/store.