In accordance with Federal Law, IDEA and Massachusetts General Law 603 CMR 28.00, the Westport Community Schools provides special education programs designed to meet the needs of children who are attending not only public schools but also those who are attending private school at private expense and whose parents reside in Westport.
King Philip Regional High School Recognized as Special Olympics Massachusetts Unified School Champion
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and Principal Lisa Mobley are pleased to announce that King Philip Regional High School has been recognized by Special Olympics Massachusetts as an official Special Olympics Massachusetts Unified Champion School.
HULL — Interim Superintendent Judith Kuehn and Director of Athletics and Community Outreach Scott Paine are pleased to announce that a select group of Hull High School students have been taking part in a project meant to increase awareness around the importance of inclusion and changing culture to be more welcoming and supportive to students with disabilities.
MILFORD— Superintendent Jessica Huizenga is pleased to announce that the Milford School District has welcomed two new special education coordinators.
Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden is pleased to share that Director of Student Services Mary Bruhl is thriving in her first year as the head of the district’s special education, school health services and guidance departments.
SAU 16’s Student Services Administrator, Ellen Riiska, has been recognized as an emerging leader.
NEW LONDON — Superintendent Winfried Feneberg is pleased to announce that Kerry Finnegan is the newest member of the Kearsarge High School team, and will serve as the Associate Director of Student Support Services.
AVON– Avon Public Schools is pleased to announce that Superintendent Paul Zinni has been elected to serve on the Council for Exceptional Children’s National Governance Board of Directors.
Hull Public Schools Restructure Administrative Roles to Increase Services to Special Education Students
HULL — Superintendent Michael Devine is pleased to announce that several members of Hull Public Schools have stepped into new roles to increase services to special education students throughout the district.