Somers Public Schools
The Pupil Services Department strives to create and achieve effective programming for all exceptional learners while fostering academic and social emotional wellness in all learners.
The mission of the Somers Public Schools Pupil Services Department is to develop cohesive and aligned programs for exceptional learners as evidenced through identification of a student’s present level of performance, the development of measurable and rigorous student growth targets, and progress monitoring practices.
In pursuit of this Vision and Mission, we believe:
All students are general education students first
All students can and will learn
All students have a voice and deserve a platform for self advocacy
All persons should be treated with dignity and respect, including age-appropriate materials, schedules, and activities
We are most successful when partnering together - parents/guardians, school team members, and our students
In accordance with federal regulations, state statutes and local board of education policy, Somers Public Schools assumes the responsibility for the location, identification and referral of all children requiring special education and/or related services of children residing in the town of Somers.
Sparkler is a mobile app that helps caregivers promote children's healthy development. The Sparkler App offers young families a mobile app and related services that help parents, grandparents, and other caregivers harness the science of early child and brain development to make the mo of the early years. The app empowers parents and caregivers as first teachers and helps systems serve families better, together.
Phone: 860-749-2270 X 2052
Phone: 860-749-2270 X 2051
Pupil Services Department
1 Vision Boulevard
Somers, CT 06071
Monday - Friday
7:30AM - 4:00PM
Fax: (860) 763-0748
We recognize that the current public health emergency is resulting in an increase of stress on families. If you or your child are experiencing an immediate safety concern: call 911. If you or your child are experiencing a behavioral mental health crisis: call 211. If you would like to access support services, please contact the following: Somers Social/Youth Services Department: Allison Maynard at (860) 265-7551. If you would like to contact your child’s counselor or social worker, please do so via their school email address.