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Pupil Services develops and coordinates system-wide student services to meet the needs of all students in an educationally and fiscally responsible manner. The Department of Pupil Services is accountable for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of all units assigned in accordance with local, state, and federal mandates to maximize studentsí ability to learn and function effectively. To these ends, the Uxbridge Public School district has been including students with educational disabilities in the general education classroom to insure that students have increased access to the rich general education curriculum.

The goal of the district is to include students with significant disabilities in their neighborhood Uxbridge Public School. Youngsters formerly assigned to out-of-district day and residential placements now have the opportunity to attend their neighborhood schools and are included in general education classes and programs, with the proper support. When a student with an educational disability is experiencing extreme difficulty in the community and/or at home as well as at school, the Uxbridge Public School District works cooperatively with other community agencies toward the achievement of an appropriate placement for that student. The district documents that every placement is the least restrictive environment for the student in question.

If you need assistance from the Uxbridge Public Schools Department of Pupil Services, call 508-278-8648, Ext. 112 or  e-mail pupilservices@uxbridgeschools.com


 

Pupil Services Entry Plan...CLICK HERE>>

  

Pupil Services Restructuring Plan 2017-2018...CLICK HERE>>

 

 

 

Services Available:

-Special Education
-Preschool Program
-English Language Education Services
-504 Civil Rights Compliance
-Guidance and Counseling Services
-Nursing Services
-Attendance
-Home/Hospital Tutoring
-Homeless Liaison Services
-Community Outreach and Child
 Protective Services
-Out-Of-District Placement and
 Alternative Programs
-Mosaic Mill Program
-The Independence Project, (18-22
 Year Old Transition Programming)
 

 

For more information on Special Education Programs, CLICK HERE >>
 

 
For quick access to info you need regularly, click on a link below:  
District Monthly Calendar
16-17 District Calendar
17-18 District Calendar
Special Education
Policy and Procedures Manual
School Delays/Closings
Internet Use agreement
Donation Form
Read and print important information about the Uxbridge Public Schools (.pdf):
Building Use and Access Form
Bullying Policy & Form
UPS Fingerprinting Information
UPS District Technology Plan
UPS District Improvement Plan
Independence Project
Plant Facilities
School Bus Information
School Choice Info
School Committee Policy Manual



 






 


 

The Uxbridge Public Schools ensures equal employment and educational opportunities for its employees and students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, gender identity, disability, or sexual orientation in compliance with Title VI, Title IX, section 504/ADA and G.L. c151b and 157c.

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