Special Education

 

Hi! We’re Cindy Hines (hines.cynthia.m@gmail.com) and Kim Crawford (kcrawford77@gmail.com), your Burns Park AAPAC parent representatives. 

 

What’s AAPAC? 

The Ann Arbor Parent Advisory Committee for Special Education is an AAPS parent organization. Our focus is on supporting families and students who have IEP or 504 plans, keeping our students included, and making their voices heard in school-wide matters. It is a great resource to help parents navigate the special education process within AAPS.

 

Want to learn more about what we do? Visit our webpage.

 

How can AAPAC help?

Do you have any questions about your child and the special education process? Need help finding information about your child's IEP or 504? Think your child may need supports, accommodations or services? You are always welcome to contact us directly. As parents of children receiving services at Burns Park, we are here to help. If you have any questions or concerns that you would like to share with us, feel free to reach out! Our emails are listed above. 

 

Where?

AAPAC meets monthly at Tappan, October-June. All parents are welcome. Before the start of each meeting, SISS (Student Intervention and Support Services) administrators are available to meet with parents individually to answer questions or hear feedback, no appointment required. More information on our meeting calendar

 

How to get involved.

Check out our brochure. 

Join our parent email group.

Find us on Facebook.

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