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Parent/Guardian Involvement

The Special Education Parent Advisory Group (SEPAC) is BART’s volunteer parent and guardian organization dedicated to providing the community with information targeted to the educational development of children with special needs. SEPAC is also a support network and sounding board for families of children with special needs. Meeting at 5:30 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month, BART parents and guardians are welcome to come share ideas, thoughts and ask questions. Parents who attend a SEPAC meeting earn a jeans pass for their child(ren). To learn more, visit the SEPAC website.

The Community and Family Advisory Council (CFAC) is BART’s volunteer parent and guardian organization.  This group of energized and creative-thinking parents plan upcoming special events, fund raising and other programs for the benefit of the students at BART.  Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the school.  BART parents and guardians are welcome to attend monthly or whenever they can.  Parents who attend a SEPAC meeting earn a jeans pass for their child(ren).  To stay informed, follow CFAC on their Facebook page The Community Family and Advisory Council (CFAC).

Shop for BART.  Help BART earn money by clipping and sending in Box Tops from grocery items you are already buying. Participating families should send in their collected Box Tops to the Front Office.  Other rewards programs that help raise funds for our school include: