Special Education



2017-18 Officers:

Co-presidents: Alexis Crews and Lacey Darby
Treasurer: Colby Wildasin
Secretary: Shardee Petties and Serena Current


Dr. Stacy Weiss

Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)

By joining the SCEC, not onlySCEC do members surround themselves with others who have a passion for serving their community and individuals with exceptionalities, there are also opportunities available for professional and personal growth.

As a member of the SCEC, an individual opens the door to state and national conferences with the Council for Exceptional Children.

The SCEC also provides an opportunity for professional and personal development by gaining experience through working with individuals with exceptionalities through community events.

Dues: $5 per semester or $7 per year


 ECU SCEC Scrapbook
The SCEC helped serve and dance with guests during the Special Populations Halloween Dance.

 Halloween Dance 2007

Halloween Dance 2007

Halloween Dance 2007

Halloween Dance 2007

Every month, the SCEC comes together for a social. We talk about upcoming events, as well as things away from campus. The SCEC’s September social, was held at Chili’s Restaurant and was held during St. Jude’s Week. All of the proceeds were donated to St. Jude’s Hospital.

Chapter Social 2007

The SCEC members attended this year's NCLDA conference at Meredith College. Special education faculty joined the members on this outing. There was also a wonderful opportunity to meet Dr. Levine, who was the guest speaker.

SCEC 2007 NCLDA Conference

During this year's REAP Fall Festival, the SCEC created and hosted games for the children attending to play and enjoy. REAP is a developmental daycare center at ECU. The daycare serves children with exceptionalities, as well as typically developing children.

REAP Fall Festival 2007