SEAC consists of members nominated by the local community associations and approved by the Board. The local associations have parental representatives who promote the interests
and well-being of pupils with exceptional needs and abilities. SEAC’s mandate is to make recommendations to the Board in respect of any matter affecting the establishment and
development of Special Education programs and services for students of the Board with exceptional needs.
SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES – Special Education Services are defined in The Education Act as the facilities and resources, including support personnel and equipment deemed necessary for developing and implementing a Special Education program.
Local associations represented on the Board's S.E.A.C.: