What is a PAC School Liaison & What do they do?
PAC School Liaisons are a resource for parents of children with IEPs and 504s within each district building. To be a PAC School Liaison you must have a child with a current IEP attending the school you represent. School liaisons help create awareness at their home school, and have the following responsibilities:
- Promote PAC Meetings - provide timely notification of upcoming meetings to the school principal and PTA to include meeting dates and special events in the school news updates to parents, post meeting dates and reminders on the school's Facebook page, and post flyers and other advertising for meetings within the school and on school grounds.
- Attend PAC Meetings - attend all four PAC meetings to greet and welcome parents from your home school, as well as attend one to two PAC liaison meetings per year.
- Attend PTA Meetings - attend four of your school’s monthly PTA meetings (the meetings prior to upcoming PAC meetings) to provide PAC updates, and answer questions about the PAC.
- Parent Support - support the other parents of children with IEPs and 504s at your school by answering questions when able, and directing them to the appropriate resources as needed.