WELCOME TO THE HAMILTON-WENHAM REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
The Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District Integrated Preschool Program is dedicated to helping young children, with and without disabilities, learn together in an inclusive and developmentally appropriate environment. The Integrated Preschool Program was developed to serve children between three and five years of age who require specially designed instruction due to a disability as diagnosed by special education evaluations. Typically developing children are also enrolled in the Integrated Preschool Program to ensure strong and appropriate peer modeling. There is a tuition fee for children without special needs.
Our Philosophy The Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District Integrated Preschool is designed to promote the physical, social-emotional, cognitive, and language development of children. Our program provides evidence-based programming aligned with the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks and Common Core Standards to prepare children for kindergarten. Students are encouraged to learn through play, as they touch, manipulate, and experiment with materials, explore and observe the environment, and interact with adults and one another. We celebrate difference, diversity, and determination.
Our Team The Integrated Preschool Team is a dedicated group of certified special education teachers, para-educators, and licensed therapists who provide an exceptional preschool experience for all children. The teachers are highly skilled at serving as guides and facilitators. Our team is committed to nurturing the development of each and every child so that they may succeed to the best of their ability.
Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District 5 School Street Wenham, MA 01984 Phone: 978-468-5310
All educational and non-academic programs, activities and employment opportunities at Hamilton-Wenham RSD are offered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, homelessness, age and/or, disability, and any other class or characteristic protected by law.