Welcome to Pupil Personnel Services
A large and diverse array of services are provided by the Office of Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) and Special Education, including educational services for children from age 3 through 21, registration of new students, oversight of school nurses and other medical services, managing federal and other grants, placements of students at BOCES and other approved out-of-district programs, and Section 504 accommodations.
We are here to serve the needs of the children and families of the Roslyn school community!
Special Education PTA (SEPTA)
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 meetings are held in the Roslyn Middle School Auditorium at 9:30am, unless otherwise noted.
Barbara Schwartz, Director
Marnie Cohen, Assistant Director
email@example.comCindy Samide, Assistant DirectorDr. Jacklyn Shlisky, District Psychologist/District 504 Chairperson516-801-5128Support StaffLinda-Anne Carlucci
Lydia JacobsDawn LoBoscoDorothy MilazzoJoan Plona