COVID-19 Updates

January 20, 2021

Dear Families, It has been very nice to be back on campus this week. Today we are providing three updates from our Milestones COVID-19 Re-entry Task Force and DESE. In addition, after school today we issued a voice message regarding a COVID-19 announcement, and I’m repeating the information shared below. Updates: February School Vacation: Milestones is planning to reopen onsite…

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Depresion and Special Needs

April 4, 2017

It is pretty normal for students to have occasional times in their lives when they feel sad and/or moody. Life events such as a death, illness, being bullied, family arguments, or school stress can bring...

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Deciphering your IEP

March 22, 2017

Individualized Education Plans are meant to bring teachers, specialists, therapists, and parents together to develop an educational program for the student. This plan – IEP –  will support progress in the general curriculum and meet...

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Simple Ways to Encourage Reading

March 15, 2017

Studies show that reading is beneficial to children in many ways including social growth, intellectual progress, and emotional understanding. But how do you encourage your child to develop a love of reading?  Here are just...

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Gastrointestinal Issues and Autism

February 22, 2017

If someone asked a layperson,” what are the common issues that face a child with autism?”, many would answer issues with communication, socialization or several other matters related to the disorder. While these issues are common,...

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