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Special Education

Welcome to the Office of Pupil Services

The Office of Pupil Services oversees a variety of programs that support the students of the Millbury Public Schools, including English Language Learners, Education of Homeless Children, Guidance, Nursing, Preschool, Section 504, and Special Education.

We look forward to collaborating with you!

Christine Warren
Director of Special Education                             

Jennifer Fortune
Administrative Assistant

12 Martin Street
Millbury, MA 01527
P: 508-865-0875
F: 508-865-0886


Take Me Home, Keep Me Safe Program

The "Take Me Home, Keep Me Safe" program is designed with safety in mind and is based on the “The Take Me Home Project” being used in Florida and New York. It was expanded to include individuals of all ages and disabilities and/or mental capacities. Essentially, the Project allows an individual to be “registered” at the police department.  This information is stored at the Millbury Police Department and is only shared with Millbury Police, Fire, and EMS personnel. For example, if your child, spouse, relative, etc. were to wander off, we could run his/her name through our in-house system to get emergency contact information, a photograph, and other pertinent information. Completed packets will be stored in a three-ring binder housed at the Millbury Police Department.

We’re hoping this project will help us locate individuals faster when/if they wander, or help us better understand and assist an individual who may have a disability or special need. 

Please print this packet, complete it, and return it with a current photo of your loved one to the Millbury Police Department. 


Non-Discrimination Statement

The Millbury Public Schools ensures equal employmet and educational opportunities for its employees and students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity (M.G.L. c. 151B and 151C, Title VI, Title VII and Title IX), or on the basis of disability (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973/ADA) or homelessness. In addition, the Millbury Public Schools does not discriminate against its employees on the basis of age (M.G.L. 151B/ADEA) on the basis of veteran's status, or genetic information.