3:00-5:00 p.m. Representatives of Statewide or local organizations testifying on behalf of
the organization (in Room 120 House Office Building)
5:30-7:30 p.m. Members of the public including those affiliated with organizations
(including above) but not speaking on behalf of the organizations (in the
Joint Hearing Room Legislative Services Building)
To sign up for either timeframe, by 12:00 noon on November 29, send an email to:
Call Sarah Bice at (410) 946-5510/(301)970-5510
Sign-up sheets will also be available the day of the hearing.
Please provide the following information: (1) name and contact information and (2) if you are speaking on behalf of a group, please include the name of the group.
Testimony will generally be limited to 3 minutes per person, however the Chair has discretion to make adjustments depending on how many people sign up. While it is not necessary to bring a written statement, if you do, please bring 60 copies with you to the hearing. Staff will collect and distribute it to the commission members. If you are unable to attend but wish to submit written testimony, you may email your testimony to the email address listed above.
Note: The Commission will also hold a regularly scheduled meeting from 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on November 29.
SECAC hosted a table at the recent volunteer fair held at North Point High School. We had a wonderful evening and met many community members. We appreciate everyone who took the time to stop by and talk with us about the work of SECAC. We look forward to seeing new faces at our upcoming meetings.
Click on the link for the latest information from the Charles County Parent Center Parent Center October
Mark your calendars for the 2-Part IEP Clinic in November. Registration is required. Email email@example.com. Click the above link for more information.
The Charles County Parent Center is a resource center for families with children with disabilities supported by the Maryland State Department of Education. The main purpose of the center is to provide the skills, resources, and knowledge that will enable families of children and youth with disabilities and professionals to partner in the educational decision-making process. In addition, the Parent Center provides information, materials, lending library, computer internet access, and support in the community.
The Parent Center is staffed by parents who have a child or children with disabilities. We have been trained in the IEP process and understand the difficulties of finding information and resources to help support you and your family needs.
The Parent Center is located in the F.B. Gwynn Center and provides newsletters, information, materials, lending library, computer stations, and a variety of free parent training workshops.