Pupil Services and Programs offer strong educational programming and student supports. Our continuum of programs and services ensure system-wide collaboration and coordination, Preschool through Grade 8We are committed to strong professional development and training and we take pride in innovative and creative program development. We are very proud of our organization, our schools and our students.
Special Education Program and ServicesSchool and Family Social WorkerEnglish Language Learners Homeless Education Civil Rights/Title IX504 PlanTitle OneAmericans with Disabilities Drug Free SchoolsNotice on Non Discrimination METCO Early Childhood ProgramsHealth and Nursing Services Counseling and Psychological Services
The School and Family Social Worker serves and supports students/families in each of our five schools with significant emotional, behavioral, familial needs that get in the way of their school success.
"A child must be healthy to learn and a child must learn to be healthy." (Massachusetts Department of Public Health)
The mission of the school nurses in the Sudbury Public Schools ls is to promote the safety and wellness of the students and staff during the school day in order to optimize learning. Typically, the school nurses care for an average total of 300 students and staff each school day.
English Language Learner "is a child who does not speak English or whose native language is not English, and who is not currently able to perform, ordinary classroom work in English."
In the past, these students have been called "ESL" students or, even now, "LEP" (Limited English Proficiency) students.
These terms are more or less interchangeable. ELL support locations are designed to:
The Safe and Drug Free Schools Grant is a federally funded program that supports local school and community programs to carry out a comprehensive violence and substance abuse prevention program. The involvement of schools, families and the community are necessary in order for these programs to be successful. In our schools, safe and drug free learning environment supports academic achievement. Programs and activities supported by this grant are intended to prevent and reduce violence as well as the use, possession and distribution of illegal drugs. Currently in our schools, prevention curriculums are funded by this grant program. If you have any questions, please contact Betsy Grams Safe and Drug Free Schools Coordinator at 978-443-1085 x1110
The Sudbury Public Schools has, over the past four years, been awarded Federal Title One funding. The focus of Sudbury's program has been to provide instructional support services in mathematics. Staff at each of the Title One schools collaborate to identify students who, through teacher recommendation and other assessment strategies, are likely to benefit from the additional help. Sudbury uses the Stanford Diagnostic Math Assessments to help identify Title One candidates.
Sudbury Public Schools ~ 40 Fairbank Road ~ Sudbury, MA 01776ph: 978-443-1058 ~ fax: 978-443-9001Office hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm