Continuum of Services

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Student Services

Special Education
A program specially designed instruction and related services that meet the special needs of students determined to have a disability or special needs.

Click here to see continuum of special education programs within the Natick Public Schools

Guidance and Counseling Services
Counselors help students understand and deal with social, behavioral and personal problems. At the secondary level, counselors also assist in development of goals, planning programs to achieve goals, and assistance in career and college planning activities. Click here for more information.

Health Services
Offers screenings, education to staff, students and parents around pertinent health issues, and administers to the health needs of students. For further health services info click here.

English Language Education
Focuses on developing students' basic skills and enhancing their English acquisition and has a primary goal of mainstreaming English Language Learners into regular classroom settings. Click here for more information.

Is an integrated program for three and four-year-old children. Typically developing children serve as role models for children with disabilities in the skill areas of language, social, play and motor. Click here for the preschool webpage.

In the fall of 2006, Natick Public Schools and Police and Fire Departments entered into a joint agency agreement to improve the safety and caring environment for Natick students. Under the leadership of the superintendent, school, police and fire departments, and other agencies within the Town, the establishment of the Natick School Threat Assessment and Response System (STARS) was formed to address what districts can do to reduce or eliminate risk to life and property (mitigation/prevention), to plan for the worst case scenario (preparedness), what steps to take during a crisis (response) and how to restore the learning environment after a crisis (recovery). STARS Newsletter

School Resource Officers
A sworn law enforcement officer, whose primary assignment is within the local schools for the purpose of enforcement, law-related education, counseling, safety and mentoring students will be assigned to Natick High School and the Wilson and Kennedy Middle Schools. SRO Information

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