Quincy Public Schools recognizes that many students have learning challenges. To meet these needs, we offer a wide array of programs – everything from extra assistance in a regular classroom setting to substantially separate intensive, therapeutic environments. Intervention can begin as early as pre-school and continue on through high school.
We also offer several documents which can help you understand the special education process and goals:
- Is Special Education Right for Your Child? (Eligibility)
- Parent Guide to Special Education
- Notice of Procedural Safeguards
Please contact our Director of Special Education at 617-984-8743 if you have questions or concerns about your child or any of our programs.
QPAC – Quincy Parent Advisory Council to Special Education:
Quincy Parent Advisory Council (QPAC) to Special Education is a formally organized group of parents and other interested persons committed to the best possible services for children with special needs. The council, established in 1977, functions under the state mandate for MA regulations. The Quincy Parent Advisory Council meets four times per year following the Special Education Subcommittee meetings. Meetings provide information, insights, techniques and encouragement through informal discussions and special presentations.
Quincy School Committee Subcommittee on Special Education:
The purpose of this subcommittee is to provide the School Committee with direction on the issues and programs which effect special education students in our school system. Please see the School Committee page on the QPS website for the meeting calendar.