Katonah-Lewisboro SEPTA



If your Child.....

  •  has an IEP or a 504 plan, or
  •  is in a special education class, or
  •  gets “building level services” such as  speech, OT, PT, “lunch bunch,” or RTI, or
  •  has ever needed the help of a school psychologist or social worker, or
  •  has severe allergies or other medical condition, or
  •  has to or has ever had to miss extended class time due to an injury or illness,



email info@klsepta.org to be added to our mailing list.  

Upcoming Activities and Events


6 weeks on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (July 7 - August 13)

12pm - 3pm at Increase Miller Elementary

KL SEPTA is proud to announce a new summer enrichment program for children enrolled in the Extended School Year Program (ESY).  Ms. Michele Jensen will be our Summer Fun Director! Ms. Jensen brings with her a wealth of knowledge and a love of helping children meet their potential. We are thrilled that she is a part of our program and will be helping children to have a fun-filled, exciting summer experience! Please click here to view the flyer. For more information email summerfun@klsepta.org 

KLSEPTA’s 2nd Annual Field Day (see flyer below)
When: Saturday, May 30th, 3-5pm (rain date Sunday, May 31, 3-5pm)
Where: Lewisboro Town Park
Come Join us at Lewisboro Town Park for an afternoon of family fun to benefit KLSEPTA! There will be food, beverages, games, raffles, bake sale, local business, Rising Stars instructional information and MUCH MUCH more! Volunteers are needed! If you would like to volunteer your time or baking talents, please contact info@klsepta.org



Tuesday, June 9th, 7:30-9:30pm

Location: private residence (Please RSVP for location rsvp@klsepta.org)

Join us for a relaxing evening of Wine & Conversation as we set goals for 2015-16.  Board positions are open and we would love to hear your suggestions for next year!


REGISTER NOW! Rising Stars Running

Come join us for this non-competitive instructional program for boys and girls (K-8) interested in a non-competitive sports environment.  Our experienced coaches focuses on the fundamentals and skills of these sports in an inclusive, controlled setting. It is a great environment where siblings can play together!  Registration begins Friday, March 27  th  when the Town Parks & Recreation brochure is available. Visit www.lewisborogov.com/parksrec

2015 Field Day
2015 Field Day Flyer FINAL2..pdf
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About us

Katonah-Lewisboro Special Education PTA (SEPTA) is a district-wide Parent Teacher Association organized for the specific purpose of providing information and support to parents of children with special needs, including children involved in resource room help, speech and other special services as well as children with severe allergies and extended absences.


We are also a welcoming community of parents who support each other in this journey we share in raising a child with special needs.


What do we do?

  • We host monthly Parent Coffees in a residential home. 
  • We organize the Rising Stars sports program for children with special needs through the Lewisboro Town Park and John Jay Futbol Club.  
  • We run an annual award winning workshop “Differences Day” for all 2nd and 5th graders in Katonah Lewisboro District. See link.
  • We host SEPTA meetings at JJMS Library with speakers and topics of interest to our community.
  • We host fun community events like “Field Day” in the Town Park.
  • We keep our members informed of related events hosted outside our School District.
  • We host a private Facebook group “Katonah Lewisboro SEPTA Moms” (for parents of children with who receive services in our District) and "Katonah Lewisboro Special Education" (for parents, staff, practitioners, anyone interested in Special Ed in our district).
  • We are your voice to the District and our Board Members, with whom we meet regularly through Parent Council meetings and one-on-one meetings with our Director of Special Services, Connie Hayes.
  • We work with the Office of Special Services to bring valuable programs to our schools like SPARC after-school programs and summer camp.

For information, contact one of the SEPTA officers.