Mission Statement

Bozeman Area SEPTA (Special Education Parent Teacher Association) is a coalition of families, teachers, administrators, and other advocates united in the effort to promote quality education and services for individuals with special needs and their families. The group was formed on April 7, 2008, as the first district-wide Special Education PTA in the Bozeman School District No. 7 and neighboring schools in the Bozeman area. SEPTA provides a forum enabling parents, teachers and experts in the field of Special Education to share their knowledge and experience.

Our MISSION is to network, educate, and provide a unified voice for the rights of our children to quality education and services.

Bozeman Area SEPTA is a valuable link between home and school, providing both with important information benefiting our children. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in children with special education needs and in how special needs can benefit the entire learning community. A SEPTA Membership Form can be found in the menu.

 

Please help support SEPTA in the Big Give event coming up May 2 and 3!

Give Big Gallatin Valley is a 24-hour online and live celebration of giving created to connect generous community members with the causes they care about most. The goal is simple - inspire our people to come together, show their pride in their communities, and contribute to support the life-changing work of local nonprofit organizations in Gallatin County. Presented by the Yellowstone Club Community Foundation. Powered by the Bozeman Area Community Foundation.

For more information about Give Big Gallatin Valley, please visit https://www.givebiggv.org/ 

The link to donate to The Bozeman Area Special Education PTA is https://www.givebiggv.org/organizations/bozeman-area-septa

 

 

picture of two of our special boys