Special Education Citizens' Advisory Committee

  • The Special Education Citizens' Advisory Committee (SECAC) works to enable the Board of School Commissioners and district office staff to collaborate with others on special education issues and to facilitate positive changes in the delivery of special education services.

    Meetings

    Meetings are held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the second Monday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at the district office (200 East North Avenue, in the first floor board room). 

    2017
    September 11
    October 9
    November 13
    December 11
    2018
    January 8
    February 12
    March 12
    May 14
    June 11
     

    If you or your organization would like to present at an upcoming meeting, please complete and return this form.

    Board members

    Sheila Billups Photo   Sheila Billups, SECAC chair. (email)

    Sheila is a retired nurse and is currently a CEO appointed member of the Parent Community Advisory Board ( PCAB ). She graduated from Edmondson Senior High School Class Of 1972 and is a longtime resident of Baltimore City. She is also a Parent Liaison Volunteer at Claremont Middle/High School and the Vice President of the PTO there.

    Sheila is a longtime advocate for children and adults with special needs and intellectual disabilities.





    If you are interested in an executive board position, please complete the declaration of candidacy form. The duties for all board positions are here.

     
    Please complete this membership application  and submit it to the SECAC office if you are interested or know someone who is interested. This form should be used for all student applicants. 
     

    Contact Information 

     
    Baltimore City Public Schools
    200 East North Avenue
    Room 201, #97
    Baltimore, MD 21202
    Phone: 443-642-4502
    Fax: 410-361-9806
    Please complete the SECAC membership application  and forward to the SECAC office to either register as a general member or to be considered as a voting member.
     
     

    Additional Information