Special Education and Student Services During COVID-19

  • October 2020 - Please download the October 2020 student services newsletter.

    Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE) COVID Resources: https://www.doe.mass.edu/covid19/sped.html

    U.S Department of Education: March 21, 2020 Fact Sheet  

    Home Hospital Tutoring
    Once school resumes, for students who may have medical or health issues and are physically unable to come to school as a result of COVID-19, the district will follow our process with regard to Home and Hospital Tutoring. This applies to students who will miss 14 or more school days as a result of being physically unable to come to school due to a health or medical issue. A physician’s statement is required to initiate this process.  If this situation applies to your child, please contact your school’s Special Education Coordinator or Director.

    The Special Education Department is committed to maintaining a safe and supportive environment for students and continues to closely monitor COVID-19 and its impact on student learning and social emotional needs. We acknowledge that this situation is difficult and appreciate your commitment to the health of your family. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.

Newton Parent Advisory Council for Special Education

  • The Newton Parent Advisory Council for Special Education (PAC) serves as a parent resource and a liaison between parents and the administration. It provides a forum for parents to meet each other and with school department staff to discuss special education concerns, strategies and programs.
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