Student Support Services
Wayne Township Public Schools' Student Support Services is committed to making a difference in the lives of every child in our District from ages 3-21. We understand and champion the notion that learning is a life-long process and strive to give all of our students the opportunity to thrive in their least restrictive environment with their peers.
This website is intended to be a resource for both parents and educators. If you would like more information on any part of the services we offer or if you have a student that you suspect may have a disability, please do not hesitate to contact us.
In support of the inclusive philosophy of Wayne Township Public Schools and in honor of Special Education Week, District wide events will be held during the month of May to celebrate students' abilities.
May Ability Awareness District Wide Events
May 11th and 12th- Guest Speaker, Rohan Murphy will speak with students at a grade level. For more information visit: http://www.rohanmurphy.com/.
May 15th- Mix-It-Up During Lunch at ALL Elementary Schools! Please wear mismatched clothing on this day! During lunch, students will have an opportunity to sit with students they may not sit with each day. Perhaps they will meet a new friend or reconnect with an old one.
May 15th- May 25th: Awareness Bracelet Fundraising Sale, Sponsored by Wayne Special Parents Association- Wearables are an excellent way to spread the word about Ability Awareness Month. There are 5 bracelets to choose from which reflect desired character traits: Respect (Red), Trust (Yellow), Friendship (Green), Kindness (Purple), and Acceptance (Blue). Bracelets are $2.00 each. Students who participate in the Structured Learning Experience (SLE) work program will have opportunities to assist with this sale at each school. All proceeds will be going toward Wayne Special Parents Association (WSPA) to continue investing in providing programs and supports for students of differing abilities.