Free Collection Day for Safe Disposal of Drugs – No Questions Asked
Saturday, September 27 – 10AM – 2PM
On the front lawn of Ware High School
WIC Nutrition Program Information
Advertising at Veteran's Stadium
Ware Public Schools is excited to announce the start of advertising at Veteran's Stadium. The WPS has adopted an advertising policy to allow businesses to advertise with banners. Please call 413-967-4271 or click below for additional information including pricing and contract.
Click here to download advertising information.
The Ware Public Schools received the Coordinated Program Review Report of Findings from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. A copy is available in the Superintendent’s Office.
The Ware Public Schools has submitted the required Special Education Program Plan Statement to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Copies are also available in the Superintendent’s Office or in the Department of Special Education office, which is located in Ware Junior Senior High School.
Please click on this link to read a copy.
Ware Public Schools accepts referrals, provides special education evaluations, and develops and implements Individualized Education Programs (IEP’s) for private school students whose parents live in Ware and for students who attend a private school in Ware. If you have a student for whom you have concerns regarding academic progress, behavior, social skills, fine or gross motor skills, speech or language skills, vision, hearing, mental and/or physical health, please call the Department of Special Education at 413-967-7261 for more information.
H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) Information for Parents
The Special Education Surrogate Parent (SESP) Program is recruiting volunteers. The SESP makes special education decisions for children in the custody of the Department of Children and Families (DCF). The SESP volunteer fulfills a vital role and receives training in special education laws/regulations, the IEP process, and the role of the SESP.
In order to be appointed as an SESP, you must be at least eighteen years old, complete an application, provide two references, and complete a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check. Anyone wishing to obtain more information or to register for a training session is welcome to call the SESP Program at (508) 792-7679 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit the program website at www.sespprogram.org to view scheduled trainings.