Parent Advisory Committee
The purpose of the MCISD Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) is to represent the views of parents with children in special education. The PAC provides input at the Intermediate School District (ISD) level. Input is focused on the ISD Plan for Special Education Services.
Interested in hearing more? Simply send an email to: email@example.com
You will be sent back instructions to join and can either reply to the email to join (without setting up a Google account) or sign in with your Google account to join!
Meetings are open to the public and visitors are welcome. However, only members may vote.
September 15, November 17, January 19, March 16 @ 4 PM EST
Meetings will be held in person, if able, with the option to attend virtually via Zoom
September 15, 2021 PAC Business Meeting
Time: Sep 15, 2021 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
PAC Information Nights
Information nights are held quarterly, usually at the MCISD. Past topics have included Guardianship, Learning Independence and Medicaid. Invitations and information regarding these events are advertised in the Monroe News as well as sent out via email to the PAC listserve. If you do not receive information about the PAC, and would like to, please contact Shawna Dippman.
Supporting Virtual Students Presentation Information
Parent Strategies with links (from Van Buren ISD)
Business meetings for the 2020-2021 school year will be held via Zoom.
Parent Information Night Sign-up: Sign up for Parent Information Nights by emailing Kim Torrance at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734.342.8621.
On Demand Webinars: https://www.michiganallianceforfamilies.org/webinar/
Upcoming Events: https://www.michiganallianceforfamilies.org/upcoming-events/
News & Announcements
This section will include general PAC information.
The Parent Advisory Committee provides input in the development of the ISD Plan for Special Education Services. The ISD Plan describes how special education services will be delivered and how the rights of parents and students will be ensured.
The ISD Plan is a very important document. It must be approved by the Michigan State Board of Education before the ISD can receive funds for special education. The Parent Advisory Committee may file formal objections to the Plan if members feel that the Plan violates provisions of special education law.
Michigan Special Education Rules state that each ISD must have a Parent Advisory Committee for special education planning (R340.1838). The rules also describe the membership and responsibilities of the committee.