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Please note: Events/meetings will be rescheduled in the event of inclement weather, which results in an early dismissal or school closing for the day.

(Please scroll down the page to see all event info by month)



SEPTEMBER
Tuesday, Sept. 12:     Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Northborough Library (34 Main St.), 10 am - 11:30 am.  
                                    There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                            discussion/networking will follow. 

Monday, Sept. 18:      Reducing Anxiety in Children. Northborough/Southborough Public School district's first of its speaker series this year. Keynote speaker-Jessica                                                 Minahan. Algonquin Regional High School Auditorium (79 Bartlett St, Northborough), 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Monday, Sept. 25:      Basic Rights in Special Education - A FREE workshop for parents and professionals.  6 pm - 8 pm.
                                     Algonquin Regional High School, 79 Bartlett St., Northborough in the Library.
                                     The workshop will provide a basic understanding of the complex special education laws and procedures. Presented by Gayle Dublin, Federation for                                             Children with Special Needs, Parent Training & Information Center
OCTOBER
Tuesday, Oct. 3:        7 pm - 9 pm.  Intro to the Transition Planning Process.  An overview of the transition planning process for youth with disabilities ages 14-22                                                    on IEPs.  Presented by Leslie Leslie of the Federation for Children with Special Needs. RSVP: (so we can plan the appropriate number of copies                                                  of materials by September 29th, to hopkintonsepac@gmail.com.  Location: 
Hopkinton Middle School, the Lecture Hall,  
88 Hayden Rowe Street,                                                  Hopkinton.  NSPAC is co sponsor of this event with the Hopkinton SEPAC.

Tuesday, Oct. 17:     
Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Northborough Library (34 Main St.), 10 am - 11:30 am.  
                                   There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                           discussion/networking will follow.

NOVEMBER
Wednesday, Nov. 8:  If Only - Presentation and Panel Discussion. Northborough/Southborough Public School district's second of its speaker series this year. The Mark                                           Wahlberg Youth Foundation and Millennium Health presents this short film that raises awareness about the dangers of teen prescription drug misuse and                                    abuse. Algonquin Regional High School Auditorium (79 Bartlett St., Northborough), 6 pm - 8 pm.

Monday, Nov. 13:      Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Northborough Library (34 Main St.), 7 pm - 8:30 pm.  
                                   There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                           discussion/networking will follow.

DECEMBER
Tuesday, Dec. 12:      Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Northborough Library (34 Main St.), 10 am - 11:30 am.  
                                   There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                           discussion/networking will follow.

2018
Date: TBD                How Music can Heal our Brain and Heart. Northborough/Southborough Public School district's third of its speaker series this year. Dr. Kathleen Howland                                  will present on how music can enhance speech, language, cognition and movement and reduce anxiety for general wellness. Trottier Middle School                                             Auditorium (49 Parkerville Rd, Southborough), 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

JANUARY 
Monday, Jan. 9:        Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Southborough Library (25 Main St.), 10 am - 11:30 am.  
                                   There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                           discussion/networking will follow.

FEBRUARY
Monday, Feb. 12:     Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Location: To be determined. 7 pm - 8:30 pm  
                                  There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                              discussion/networking will follow.

MARCH
Tuesday, March 13:  Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Location: To be determined. 10 am - 11:30 am.  
                                   There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                           discussion/networking will follow.

APRIL
Tuesday, April 10:    Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Location: To be determined. 10 am - 11:30 am.  
                                  There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                             discussion/networking will follow.

MAY
Date:  TBD               Go the Distance Awards

JUNE
Tuesday, June 12:   Friends of Special Education in N'boro/S'boro Coffee.  Location: To be determined. 10 am - 11:30 am.   BOARD OFFICER ELECTION
                                 There will be a district administrator present for the first 15 minutes only to discuss areas of concern or present on a topic of interest. Support group                                              discussion/networking will follow.