Welcome to BostonSpedPac
ESY – Extended School Year – Starts on Monday 7/13/2015
We are hearing that some parents may not have their transportation letters for the ESY program on Monday
If you have NOT received your transportation notification
the BPS Transportation Call center is open today until 5PM
and can assist you with getting your child’s transportation information.
The number to call for the transportation call center is 617-635-9520.
We are the Boston Public Schools Special Education Parents Advisory Council. The purpose of Boston SpedPac is to provide a voice and give support for parents of children with special needs. We are a multi-lingual, multi-cultural, council made up exclusively of parent volunteers. We work with the Boston Public Schools district to ensure that children get the services and support they need to develop to their full potential.
All parents are welcome and encouraged to participate.
The more voices we have, the more we can accomplish.
Our children represent more than 20% of the students in the Boston Public Schools (BPS) system. More than 11,000 students have disabilities and require services based on their own individual needs. Whether your child has a specific learning disability, a developmental disorder, or multiple disabilities, we need to work together as a group to have our voices and concerns heard by BPS and effect change to improve services for our children. Please participate in any way that you can.
Boston SpedPac Purpose:
- Advise the BPS on matters that pertain to the education and safety of students with disabilities
- Meet regularly with school officials to participate in the planning, development, and evaluation of the school District’s special education programs
- Advocate for the appropriate supports and special education services necessary to meet the individual needs of children with disabilities
- Hold monthly SpedPac meetings to discuss important updates from BPSʼs Ofﬁce of Special Education and Student Services
- Educate parents and caregivers through training and workshops on special education matters and issues
Please join us at our General Meetings. Bring a friend and spread the word.
Boston SpedPac General Meetings for the 2014 – 2015 school year
will be held from 7-9 PM on:
September 25, October 23, November 20,
January 22, February 26, March 26, April 16 and May 21
Where: Richard J. Murphy School
1 Worrell St Dorchester, MA 02122
Childcare and Spanish translation available upon request at all meetings and light refreshments will be served
Please sign up for our email list and check out our flyer page for our General Meetings.
We need your help. The more people get involved, the more we can do.
Updated on August 29, 2013Where’s My School Bus? http://schoolbus.bostonpublicschools.org
Real-time school bus locations anytime, anywhere.
Where’s My School Bus makes real-time bus information available online for parents and guardians in Boston Public Schools. Your student’s bus is displayed on a detailed map, showing both its recent and current location. Waiting at the stop for a late bus? Blizzard got traffic moving at a crawl? Use your smartphone or computer to instantly check the bus location. Tracking your student’s bus has never been easier, faster or more accurate.
To register, simply to go http://schoolbus.bostonpublicschools.org and
Enter your last name,
your students’ ID number,
and your students’ date of birth.