The Arlington Public Schools provides a comprehensive array of programs and services from pre-school through grades 12 designed to address the needs of eligible students who have a disability and require specialized instruction.
If you graduated during the 2019-2020 SY (last school year) and were eligible for an IEP at the time of your graduation, the Arlington Public Schools Special Education Department needs your help!
Now that you have been out in the world for a while, we want to hear how you are doing so we can make high school a better place for all our students.
The past year has been challenging in so many ways. If you tell us about your challenges and successes since high school, you will help us understand whether our schools are preparing students to be successful in adult life. You will help us think about how to do a better job supporting students who are in high school now.
Were you able to find a job? Did you continue your education after high school? Do you have suggestions for your former high school? We’d love to know.
Please complete our survey! There are a few options:
2. Call the Special Education Office at (781) 316-3533 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. An administrative will go online to get the survey. Then they will ask you the survey questions while you’re on the phone, and complete the survey with you.
3. If you would rather fill out the survey with someone in person, please come visit us in the District Office, located on the 6th floor of Arlington High School, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Ask to speak with an administrative assistant.
Answering the survey questions will take you about 5 minutes. Please complete the survey online, mail it to us, call us, or come visit us in person no later than September 24, 2021.
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*Services are available to all Arlington residents, children, adolescents and
their families, including all Arlington Public School students. Hours: Mon - Fri, 9AM-5PM
Contact: Helpline 888-244-6843 or local 617-332-3666
What to expect when you call: Intake/Matching/Follow up/Closing referral - Translation services available.
Dial 2-1-1. Or search online MASS 211.
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