What is AAPAC?
The Ann Arbor Parent Advisory Committee for Special Education (AAPAC) is a group of parents and guardians whose focus is on supporting children in AAPS who have IEPs or 504 Plans.
Our Executive Committee members and individual Building Representatives and Alternates provide parents and guardians with a helping hand to go to anytime with questions.
Here is the AAPAC Brochure.
The Executive Director of SISS is Dr. Marianne Fidishin. You can reach SISS at 734 994-2318, or check their SISS Staff page for more ways to reach them. Here is the organization chart that gives you some info about who to contact about what.
Here is the AAPAC Committee Report that Mary Duerksen gave to the Board of Education on June 28, 2017. It gives a thorough description of what AAPAC does.
Here is an IEP Team Contact Form for a parent or guardian to keep track of the names and contact information for their child’s IEP service providers. You can take it to IEP meetings to note service providers for the next school year, or to ask the special education teacher or case manager at the start of new school year. For contact information for SISS Assistant Directors, go to www.a2schools.org/Page/8746. For AAPAC Building Representatives, go to a2pac.wordpress.com/current-reps/.
2020-2021 Meeting Calendar
Meetings are online until further notice.
- Monday September 21, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. – parent meeting and AAPAC board elections via ZOOM
- Monday October 5, 2020, 6:45pm: AAPAC Board of Education Candidate Forum – View on YouTube – note that the video starts at 14 minutes and 30 seconds
- Monday November 2 – Webinar on PBIS Strategies to Support your child’s learning at home (prerecorded) from Michigan Alliance for Families. Discussion to follow.
- Monday December 7 – Webinar on Tips for Student Self-Advocates (prerecorded) from Michigan Alliance for Families. Discussion to follow.
- Monday January 4, 2021
- Monday February 1
- Monday March 1
- Monday April 5
- Monday May 3
Last updated November 30, 2020