Who will the program serve?
The ACES at Mead School program will serve K – 3 grade students with emotional and behavioral challenges.
Students will receive instruction and support in a specialized small classroom setting while having the ability to participate with their Mead School peers during PE, art/ specials, lunch and special events.
What makes ACES at Mead School distinct?
Our program is unique due to being housed in a school with regular ed peers. This enables all students to interact with, socialize and learn from one another
What does the program offer?
ACES at Mead School offers a strong focus on academics with a full range of art, PE and other activities with Mead School students. It will provide its students with additional support and strategies to enable them to be successful.
Is the program only open to students currently enrolled at Mead School?
No, the ACES at Mead School program is open to all Ansonia students who qualify to participate as well as students from surrounding towns that would benefit from this program.
How do I know if my child would benefit from this program? How can I learn more?
Talk with your child’s teacher and your district’s special education director. Information on the ACES at Mead School program will be available on the Ansonia and ACES websites as well as in the Mead School Principal’s office, Superintendent's office and at ACES.