TEC Campus School is a substantially separate special education school for students with moderate to intensive special needs. The TEC Campus School is located in East Walpole with one satellite classroom at Westwood High School. Personalized instruction is provided by expert teachers and related service personnel.
At TEC Campus School, we believe in your child...
All Students, All Access, All the Time
We believe that every student deserves access to their entire learning environment with all necessary supports throughout the entire day and in a variety of settings.
TEC Campus Wolves
“Sometimes wolves like to be independent, and sometimes they need help from the pack.”
An Accepting, Vibrant, Accessible School Community
Exciting school environment and activities such as assemblies, social groups, art classes, library, swimming, fitness area, playground, and more
Classroom-, School-, and Community-based Instruction
Students learn and practice skills in a variety of settings in order to generalize skills and increase independence across settings
Educational Leaders in the Areas of Assistive Technology and Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Outside consultation as well as resources, ongoing support, and consistent implementation across settings allow students access to communication systems and other instructional technologies
Evidence of Success
Students are actively and consistently engaged in learning and demonstrate progress as documented by data on each student’s growth. Families are positively involved in ongoing communication, support, training, events, and meetings. Staff are genuinely invested and care for their school, students, and families.
Variety of learning opportunities in multiple settings
Take a tour!
Special events for students as well as families
Over the last month, Dana’s class watched caterpillars progress through their life cycle. The caterpillars grew quickly and the class watched them prepare to move into chrysalises. Once they emerged from the chrysalises they waited for them to get strong before being let go. On a sunny afternoon, Dana’s class went outside to let them fly free! Of the four butterflies, three were reluctant to leave. They were patient and eventually they flew away. Two butterflies stopped on some hands before continuing on their journey.
We hope you know how much we truly value each and every member of our school community…you can see it here in our end of year video.
– Meredith Faletra, TEC Campus Program Director
Every Monday at school at 8:45am, we do the Pledge of Allegiance, led over the intercom by one student each week. Here is a remote version that students can use at home to get their week started.