Stoughton Public Schools Special Education is committed to collaborating between home, school and community
Sets high expectations for students to become positive contributing members of their community
Life-long learner who can problem solve and never gives up, reaching for the highest level of independence, and who value self & others
Support individuals to reach their potential and achieve their academic, employment, community related goals
HELP YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL TO BE A GOOD PARTNER:
YOUR FEEDBACK COUNTS!
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE) invites you to complete an online parent survey and share your feedback with your childís school. We want to know about the efforts made by your childís school to help you feel welcome as a partner in your childís education.
You have received this letter because you have a child with a disability in a selected Massachusetts school district. The purpose of the survey is to see how well your childís school communicates with you and promotes your engagement in your childís learning. The survey should take ten minutes to complete. Survey results will provide your childís school with answers about parent-school partnership, transition, and family training. Research shows that schools that are good partners with families have better outcomes for the students they serve. Your feedback will allow us to learn how effectively schools partner with parents. ESE will not collect any personal information regarding your child on this survey. Your survey answers will remain anonymous.
To begin the survey, you will be asked for your childís school district. If more than one child in your family attends school in the district and has an Individualized Education Program (IEP) during the current school year, please fill out one survey per child.
Please complete the survey and submit it by Friday, May 29, 2015.
If you are a parent/guardian needing assistance reading and interpreting this survey in a language other than English, Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian/Creole, or Vietnamese please seek assistance from your school district.
If you have any questions on this survey, please call Martha Daigle at: 781-338-3366.
Thank you very much in advance for your help with the survey.
News and Information
SSEPAC: Hearing Impairments and Academic Considerations: 6/1/15@OMS 6:30pm
The Stoughton Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SSEPAC) invites you to join us for our next meeting and a presentation: “Hearing Impairments and Academic Considerations” by Charlotte H. Mullen, Au.D., CCC-A Audiologist, Boston Children’s
SSEPAC: Basic Rights Presentation: 4/27/15 @OMS 6:30pm
The Stoughton Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SSEPAC) invites you to join us for a presentation on: Parental Rights in Special Education By: Heather Tucker: Administrator of Special Education on Monday, April 27, 2015 at O’Donnell Mid
SSEPAC MTG Anti-Bullying Law 3/23/15 @OMS 6:15pm
The Stoughton Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SSEPAC) invites you to join us for a presentation: The Massachusetts Anti-Bullying Law: IEP and School-wide Strategies to Prevent Bullying of Children with Disabilities Catherine Mason, an advocat