East Providence Local Advisory Committee holds meeting Wednesday, Sept. 25


EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Local Advisory Committee (EPLAC) holds a meeting Wednesday, Sept. 25, in the Martin Middle School Library at 7 p.m.

Among the events on the agenda is the welcoming of new School Department Director of Pupil Personnel Services, Eileen Crudele. The public is welcome to attend.

The rest of the agenda is as follows

Call to order

Welcome Eileen Crudele –Director of  Pupil Personnel Services

Approval of minutes from May 29th meeting

Correspondence Items

Subcommittee Reports

PTA liaison – Sharon Kochan, Tori Jessop

Communications – Mary Nascimento, Chris Lilley

Old Business

Nominating new leadership team for EPLAC

Set up workshop schedule

New Business

Verify EPLAC member list

Update school liaison list

Special Needs Recognition Program

Update website information

Parent & staff notification of meetings & workshops

Parent concerns/public comments

Next Meeting Date:

Workshop:  Supporting Social and Emotional Skill Development

Wednesday, Oct. 30, 7 p.m.

Library Martin Middle School

Adjourn, 9 p.m.

The Public is Cordially Invited


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