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Special Education Outreach

Recognizing and respecting the various individual styles and rates of development of children, the Wayland Public Schools and its student support teams assist parents in understanding their student’s development and in identifying and special education needs that he/she might be experiencing.

If you are a Wayland resident and have concerns about your child’s cognitive and academic development or speech and language, fine and gross motor skills, and social and emotional development, please contact the special education department at your child’s school.  The Wayland Public Schools is available to meet and consult with parents regarding their child’s development and work with you to determine next steps.

The School district welcomes any questions and discussions with parents at any time during the school year. 

Claypit Hill School:  508-358-3791
Happy Hollow School:  508-358-8644
Loker School:  508-358-8613
Wayland Middle School:  508-655-6670 x 1106
Wayland High School:  508-358-3722

Early Childhood Outreach Program  2017

The Wayland Public Schools, through its Early Childhood Outreach Program, serves children ages 3 to 5, and their families, throughout the school year. The early childhood coordinator is available to meet and consult with parents regarding their children’s development.

Recognizing and respecting the various individual styles and rates of development of young children, the early childhood coordinator assists parents in understanding their children’s development and in identifying any special educational needs that children might be experiencing.

If you are a Wayland resident and have concerns about your child’s speech and language, fine and gross motor skills, cognition, and social and emotional development, call Gretchen Lutz, early childhood coordinator, at 508-358-6818 to arrange a special education preschool screening.

Ms. Lutz welcomes any questions and discussions with parents at any time during the school year, and assists in the transition of young children into kindergarten as well.

Review of Special Education Programming 2015