What is SNAC and how does it help children with special needs?

SNAC is a group of parents, district staff, and community professionals working together for the continuous improvement of the CHCCS Exceptional Children's program. Our purpose is to influence district policy on EC issues and promote inclusion in our schools. If your child currently has (or recently had) an IEP, a 504 plan, is medically fragile or has learning differences, then it is in your interest to get involved with SNAC.

What Does SNAC Do?

- Studies areas of concern related to the education of exceptional children
- Makes recommendations to the Superintendent and Board of Education on desired improvements
- Serves as a link between EC parents and the district by sharing information, identifying concerns, and improving collaboration

SNAC at a Glance

Download the new SNAC brochure in English or in Spanish.

Have General Questions Related to EC or Community Resources?

Please explore our Resources Page and feel free to contact your school SNAC rep (see Representatives Page for list) or SNAC leadership at

Take a look at our SNAC Calendar Page for a complete list of meetings times and locations this year.

Join our SNAC email list to be kept up to date on SNAC activities - email us at

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