• Child Find Notice

    It is the responsibility of the Uxbridge Public Schools to identify any child who is a resident of Uxbridge, who may have a disability, regardless of the severity of the disability. It is also the responsibility of Uxbridge Public Schools to evaluate those students to determine if they are eligible for special education or related services under IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) or 603 CMR 28 (Massachusetts Special Education Regulations). 

    The Uxbridge Public Schools District is committed to identifying children before their (3rd) third birthday in order to provide early intervention services for three and four year-olds.

    Date of screening: TBD (Will occur prior to April 15, 2023)


     What is Child Find Screening?

    The Uxbridge Public Schools provides Child Find screenings throughout the school year at no cost to families. The purpose of this screening is to identify preschool age children birth to five who are at risk for developmental delays and may require special education services.

    Does my child need to be screened?

    You may want to consider the following questions: Does your child?

    1. Have a vision or hearing problem?

    2. Have difficulty speaking or expressing him/herself?

    3. Do things more slowly or much later than other children the same age?

    4. Appear excessively active or have other behavioral difficulties?

    5. Have any other problem which may interfere with learning?

    If you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s development or you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider having your child screened please contact:

    Laura Newhall, Preschool Coordinator/Team Chairperson at the Taft Early Learning Center for an appointment at lnewhall@uxbridge.k12.ma.us or (508) 278-8643 ext. 8168 for more information.