Job Descriptions and Eligibility Guidelines
Board Member Job Descriptions
Set the agenda for each meeting.
Preside at all meetings.
Coordinate the work of the SEPAC Board members and committees.
Act as liaison between the SEPAC and Natick Student Services with regular communications with the Student Services Director.
Act as liaison between SEPAC and the Natick School Committee.
Prepare next Chair by sharing knowledge and expertise at the end of term.
Post meetings, agendas, and approved minutes according to open meeting law.
Record and post minutes of business meetings.
Coordinate the approval of the meeting minutes in a timely manner.
Maintain attendance log for purposes of voting membership.
Manage funds collected, donated, and spent for the SEPAC
Maintain the Natick SEPAC communication tools including Gmail list, webpage and Facebook page
Coordinate all public communications and communications to SEPAC members, not including those communications that are the responsibility of the Secretary.
Support in marketing upcoming events, speakers, workshops, etc.
Coordinate the SEPAC programs
Collect feedback and propose programming recommendations
Coordinate volunteers to help plan, manage, organize and implement programs
Partner with Communications coordinator to advertise and market programs
Natick SEPAC Role (Board / Liaison) Eligibility Requirements
Eligibility for the SEPAC Board and School/Out of District Liaison roles shall be limited to any general member who is:
a Natick resident and a parent/guardian of a current student receiving Special Education services administered through the Natick School District and;
who has attended at least one previous Natick SEPAC meeting in the past 12 months.
In addition, for the School Liaison role: The Liaison’s child must be attending the particular school they will be representing
In addition, for the Out of District Liaison role: The Liaison’s child must be receiving services Out of District.
The information on this page comes from the Natick SEPAC Bylaws