The Waltham Public Schools Special Education Department is responsible for making sure that our 1250 students with special education needs successfully access the general education curriculum with the support of specialized instruction and support services. Our students, who range in age from 3 to 22 years old and are in grades Pre-K through post grade 12, have learning needs that are met in the least restrictive educational environment as possible. Specialized programs are found in each building.
Special Education Leadership Team
Waltham Special Education Parent Advisory Council
The WSEPAC is a state mandated and supported advisory group comprised of parents, guardians, teachers and administrators working in partnership to promote an innovative environment where children with learning challenges have equal access to educational opportunities, while ensuring that our schools strive to improve educational outcomes for all children.
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Join Pupil Personnel Services and Care Dimensions to learn more about Camp Stepping Stones.
Participate in a fun camp themed activity and receive some give-a-ways. Dinner will be served at the beginning of each group.
When: Thursday, June 8, 5:30 – 7 PM
Where: Waltham High School, 617 Lexington Street, Waltham Care
Dimensions has developed Camp Stepping Stones to support children, teens and their families through a combination of activities including arts and crafts, games and sports, as well as pampering, relaxation and workshops for adults.
Parents and other adult caregivers of campers will have the opportunity to attend relevant workshops, relax and unwind, and socialize with other parents/adult caregivers who know what it's like to raise grieving children. The entire family will have fun while learning new coping skills.
For more details about this important event, read the Camp Stepping Stones Flyer.
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