SEEM Collaborative was founded in 1968 on the premise that local school districts can accomplish more by working together and conducting, in concert, educational programs and services to supplement and strengthen existing school programs and services that otherwise would be neither affordable nor accessible. Thirty-five years later, the evolution of this notion has resulted in a thriving and multi-faceted educational services agency. The SEEM Collaborative is a vibrant example of what can happen when districts, stakeholders, community members, staff, and parents work together toward a shared vision of quality education for all children. Learn more about us.
Anti Bullying Information for Parents and SEEM Community
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Notice to Parents: Any parent wishing to file a claim/concern or seeking assistance outside of the SEEM Collaborative, may do so with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Program Resolution System (PRS). That information can be found at: http://www.doe.mass.edu/prs, emails can be sent to email@example.com or individuals can call 781-338-3700. Hard copies of this information is also available at the Executive Director’s office.
SEEM Collaborative TITLE IX Training
Coordinated Program Review
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