Student Services encompasses a broad spectrum of supports provided as part of any student’s experience at Lincoln-Sudbury.  In some cases the services are mandated by law, as with Special Education, English Language Learner Programs, and Section 504 Accommodation Plans (for non-special education students with disabilities who require only classroom accommodations in order to make progress in the general education curriculum).  Other services provided include guidance counseling, clinical counseling, Title One remediation services, nursing/medical services, record-keeping related to student attendance, graduation and transcripts, and mandatory government reporting and compliance activity.

Description of Student Services Programs and Supports

 

 

January 6, 2017

Dear families:

Happy New Year. I hope you had time to rest and have family time together.

The purpose of this email is twofold. First, I want to encourage families of students with disabilities to partner with us in the creation of a Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC). As you may know, each district must have a SEPAC. The charge of this group is to work in collaboration with the school district to make sure students with disabilities are getting the best supports and services they deserve. For more information regarding SEPAC, please visit: http://www.doe.mass.edu/sped/pac/guidelines.pdf

The second purpose of this email is to invite you to a series of informational meetings and trainings that we will be offering to our families. The schedule is as follows:

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I hope to see you in these meetings/trainings and feel free to invite any friends you think might be interested in any of these topics.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience.

Sincerely,

Aida Ramos, Ed.D.
Director of Student Services
Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
Tel.: 978-443-9961 X 2385