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Judith D. Dion

Director of Pupil Services

Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School

HQ Phone:  (508) 398-7600

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Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School

210 Station Avenue

South Yarmouth, Massachusetts,02664

United States

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Director of Pupil Services

Monson High School


Director

Curriculum and Instruction Maryanne Malinowski


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Judith D. Dion
Director of Pupil Services, Dennis-Yarmouth Regional School District


August 11, 2004 Minutes

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Others present : Superintendent Carol A. Woodbury, Judy Dion, Director of Pupil Services, and Recording Secretary Jude Porth
Judy Dion, Director of Special Education, informed the School Committee members about our district's Coordinated Program Review occurring the week of November 29 th. A team from Program Quality Assurance Services, plus, a special education administrator and other consultants will be on site. The primary concern of the Department of Education is to ensure that we are identifying students in need of services and that those services are being delivered effectively. They will also look for appropriate parental and community involvement. Mrs. Dion stated that she has not received the official documents yet but that we have begun to gather materials for a self-study. There should be some federal dollars available to help us prepare for this study. We will also receive the requirements to update our Local Special Education Plan Statements originally submitted to the Department during FY01. Mrs. Dion will be reviewing Assurances with the School Committee at the next meeting and will be asking Chairman Hebert to sign off on several items. Mrs. Dion stated that the Parent Advisory Council (PAC) was revived yesterday, Mrs. Dion explained the timelines her staff needs to meet and the work done this summer to try and meet those timeline. She also stated the fact that we may have difficulty in this area during our review process. Mrs. Dion explained that the process is the same for other complaints in the district. To voice a concern and discuss a resolution, the parent should first talk to the teacher, then to the principal, and then to Mrs. Dion if no resolution is found.


Monson Public Schools - Pupil Services

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Judith Dion Director of Pupil Services Phone: (413) 267-0076 ext. 1400 Fax: (413) 267-9168


December 8, 2004 Minutes

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Superintendent Woodbury will discuss the information brought forward from Committee members with Judy Dion, Director of Pupil Services.


November 3, 2004 Minutes

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Others present : Superintendent Carol A. Woodbury, Business Manager Daniel Tassinari, Director of Pupil Services Judy Dion, Recording Secretary Jude Porth
Mrs. Baron asked Mrs. Dion if her staff were part of the team who made the choice for when and where to send students out of district. Mrs. Dion explained the process used to place students out of district and the primary involvement of both herself and the special education team. Mrs. Dion agreed that if the district got into specific details regarding students we would be borderline on breaching confidentiality. Mrs. Baron ask Mrs. Dion to explain the costs tied to the unanticipated contracted services. Mrs. Dion explained that the contract for Alternative Access Assistive Technology Services is used for evaluations and training - not the actual devices used by students. Mrs. Dion explained that Special Education must be provided to parents and their child at no cost. However, parents may choose to pay for assistive devices themselves. She also detailed how the assistive equipment is leased or purchased. Mrs. Dion stated yes and that in the past they have used Easter Seals and Riverside. Mrs. Dion stated that the change in dollar amount has to do with the students being serviced and their specific needs. Mrs. Dion stated that yes, it is mandated. Mrs. Dion explained that for the past 5 years she has been able to keep costs down and within her budget. However, she stated that this year she will not be able to due to the special needs of various students. Mrs. Dion asked if it would be different for those students who are at babysitters and day care providers in the morning and afternoon throughout Monson?


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