School for Exceptional Studies Events

Image of faculty, families, and students who attended student transition training

Every year, students with disabilities who turn 22 years old become too old to attend Massachusetts Public Schools. This can be a confusing time for these students and their families. On January 23rd, SES and the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) teamed up to conduct a training for students and families. Thanks to everyone who attended yesterday's training and for DDS in teaming up to present. Any SES families looking for further information for students soon to become 22 years old, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Image of families attending 2017 SES Carnival

SES is happy to announce our Family Engagement Event coming during the month of September!  Please save the date for the following event:

Wednesday, September 25th (4:00 to 6:00)

We are hosting our first open house of the year!  Come and meet the teachers, counselors, and paraprofessionals who make up the SES Faculty.  We will be available to discuss everything pertinent to your child's success. 

Cannot make the event?

We know how busy everyone is throughout the year; however, you are always an equally important member of our community.  If you are unable to attend either event, we are always here to help and chat with you.  Please do not hesitate to reach out anytime, for any purpose!  We can alway be reached by phone at (978) 975-5980.

Students enjoy snowshoeing over February Vacation

Over February Break, Ms. Carter, Mr. Buco, and a group of students enjoyed two days of outdoor exploration at Harold Parker. Winter snowshoeing and Spring/Fall hiking are some of SES's fast growing activities in student interest.

Michael from the SLC Program and his mother show his new iPad provided by a generous grant from the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation.

Michael from the SLC Program and his mother show his new iPad provided by a grant from the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation.  The iPad came with specialized software to allow Michael to enhance his communication at home and at school.  On behalf of SES and Michael's family, we would like to extend a most sincere gratitude to the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for all its work with children diagnosed with Autism.

Families speak with staff and outside providers at family engagement night.

Due to scheduling conflicts, the School for Exceptional Studies regrets to announce that the Fall Family Engagement Night that was scheduled for November 15th has been canceled.  The school is working to schedule our Family Engagement Night for a future date.  Please check back for updates as to when the event will be rescheduled.  For any inquiries, please feel free to contact the school.