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Extended Year Program

Special Education Department Extended Year Program

Description: Extended year programs are provided for those children with special needs who are determined by their annual Team Meeting to be at risk for substantial regression and thus require a longer school year. We also offer services for typically developing students who want to take advantage of this unique opportunity for a nominal weekly tuition. The program offers developmentally appropriate learning experiences in language arts, mathematics logical thinking and reasoning, physical education, arts and crafts. The program runs on Mondays through Thursday for a 5-week period during  July  through August  from 8:30 – 12:30 daily. For more information, or to request a brochure please call the Special Education Office at 978-363-2280 extension 5.

 Health and Safety: Your child’s health, safety, and well being, as always are a primary concern of our staff. An emergency information card and developmental health checklist is required for every child. There is a registered nurse on site at all times.
 Staff: Staff members are experienced and certified general and special education teachers. Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapists are also on staff and in addition to their direct service they consult on all aspects of the Program. Paraprofessionals and student assistants complete the list of employees. All employees have passed a CORI check before they are hired. We work very hard to ensure that the staff to student ratio remains very high to address the needs of all participants. As stated above, a registered nurse is on site at all times.