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Special Education
The Springfield Public Schools is committed to supporting families and students with disabilities during this difficult time.  Due to the ongoing public health emergency, students and families will be provided with enrichment opportunities to continue learning during school closure.  In addition to the resources listed on the SPS Public Website for students, families may access the following links for additional resources supporting students with disabilities and their families.

Language Acquisition Through Motor Planning (LAMP) Workshop

LAMP Informational Brochure

504 Procedural Safeguards 4-29-21

PBIS and SEL Resources

Virtual Calming Room

Social_Emotional_Behavioral Resources for Parents English.pdf

Social_Emotional_Behavioral Resources Spanish.pdf

Math and ELA Video Lessons

Autism Resources

WearingAMaskStoryforChildren (1).pdf


Special Education in a Remote Learning Environment Revised 5-18-2020

ESL and SPED Resources COVID19 Padlet

Microsoft Accessibility Tools on Student Laptops Wakelet

Additional SPED Resources

Information On SPS Take Home iPads

Chores At Home Padlet

Self-Care Skills Padlet

Physician Statement DESE 2020.pdf

Child Find Notice 2019.pdf

S P R I N G F I E L D P U B L I C S C H O O L S - S P R I N G F I E L D , M A

The Springfield Public Schools wish to identify all Springfield students who are suspected of having an educational disability, ages three years to twenty-one years, who may qualify for special educational services, and who have not graduated from high school. This would include any student enrolled in public, private schools or home schooled in the district. Additionally, the district wishes to identify any students that may currently be homeless and therefore have certain educational rights under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act.

Public school districts are required to evaluate all children suspected of needing special education services. This includes children who attend private school or are home schooled. This requirement is called Child Find, and it’s part of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). (In this law, the school district is referred to as the Local Education Agency or LEA.)

If you suspect a child is in need of special education services and would like the student to be evaluated for special education eligibility, please have the parent/guardian or any interested person contact:

The Special Education Department at (413) 787-7100 ext. 55621 Special Education Liaison to Private/Parochial and approved Home-Schooled:

Ann Marie Kuss (413) 787-7100 ext. 55632 [email protected] 

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