Roslyn Public Schools

Special Education PTA

What is SEPTA?

The Special Education Parent Teacher Association (SEPTA) provides parents and teachers of special education students with the ability to obtain information, discuss issues, and improve academic and social experiences of our special education students. Membership is open to all parents, teachers and administrators. We gladly welcome and appreciate all of your support.

Roslyn SEPTA has meetings concerning many issues that our children face. It is a forum where we can join as a community and be a unified voice for our children and their needs.

The success of SEPTA depends on your participation and support. Together we can make a difference for all of our children. Our SEPTA board happens to be parents who have children with special needs, so we clearly understand what it is to have a child with special needs. We are very excited to have some wonderful speakers and presentations this year.


All of our meetings will be held at
The Commons in Roslyn High School at 9:30 am:


Thursday, September 30

Wednesday, December 7

Thursday, January 27

Thursday, March 24

Wednesday, May 11


We are looking forward to a wonderful school year!

Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or need advice!


Please join us on
Tuesday, April 12th at 10am
The Annex at 440 Round Hill Road

Dr Stuart Grossman, Director of Pupil Personnel Services,
will be discussing new programs for 2011.

Marnie Cohen, Assistant Director of Pupil Personnel Services,
will be introducing the new IEP.

This will be an informative meeting and very helpful for parents!
Please RSVP to
Space is limited!


Eustacia Cutler Speaks at Invitation of Roslyn SEPTA

Eustacia Cutler

Eustacia Cutler, author of A Thorn In My Pocket: Temple Grandin's Mother Tells The Family Story, spoke to a large audience of parents and faculty members at Roslyn High School on December 7, 2010. Her presentation was entitled, "Yes Your Child Is Autistic, But Who Is Your Child And Who Are You? Coming To Terms With Autism". Ms. Cutler gave a moving account of the enormous challenges she faced when raising an autistic child decades ago, when there was very little understanding of the nature of autism, let alone how to meet the needs of children on the spectrum.

Click here to read the story of Eustacia Cutler's presentation in the Roslyn News.



Sandi Greenfield, President –

    Jodi Golden, Vice President –

    Debra Adler, Secretary –

    Nicole Ruderman, Treasurer –

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