SEPTA of Oldham County was formed on March 17, 2009 by parents of children with special needs. We are proud to be the first Special Education PTA in the state of Kentucky, joining an estimated 135 chapters nationwide.
Our main purpose is to bring together special families and our schools to build partnerships in the school setting and our community. We are committed to working with our school district and our regular PTAs to ensure that all children receiving special education services will be empowered to reach their full potential.
Our SEPTA has three main goals that we believe will improve the lives of children with special needs and make a difference for their families, teachers and anyone involved with them.
Our goals are to:
- Share information and resources.
- Improve communication between schools, families and the community.
- Provide support for our members.
To learn how we plan to achieve these goals, check out our FAQ page under question “What does a SEPTA do?”.
2011-2012 Executive Board
|Vice President of Communications||Kim Crone|
|Vice President of Information||Liz Glenn|
|Vice President of Ways and Means||Dawn Ripley|
|Secretary||Rebecca Broughton (LaGrange)|
|ECS Administrator||Karen Riggs|
|Teacher Representative||Jody Kahoalii|
|Teacher Representative||Bonnie Koontz (Crestwood)|
|Teacher Representative||Rebecca Broughton (LaGrange)|
|Teacher Representative||Jennifer Diederick|