"'Swim Team' plunges viewers into the world of young men on the autism spectrum as they compete against other teams and race against the clock in their transition towards adulthood. A touching and real look at what young adults on the autism spectrum and their families are capable of and the challenges they face..." Suzanne Buchanan, Psy. D. BCBA-D, Executive Director, Autism NJ
Note: Due to language and content, this film is best suited for parents, guardians, and students of middle school and high school age.
Weston High School and Weston PAC panel event - Friday, March 17th Perspectives on Student Stress: A Panel Discussion for Parents
We extend our thanks to the WHS faculty presenters and parents who attended this presentation.
Friday, September 9th - First meeting of the school year. Case House, 9am - 11am. Thursday, October 13th - Eye to Eye Keynote Speaker Presentation. Field School Dining Hall. 7pm-8pm. Wednesday, November, 16th - Special Education Programs at Weston High School, WHS Media Center, 7pm-9pm, Tuesday, December 13th - Basic Rights in Special Education - presented by the Federation for Children with Special Needs. Country School library. 7pm-9pm. Friday, February 10th - Social Thinking Boston. Field School Dining Hall. 9am - 11am. Friday, March 17th - WHS and the Weston PAC: Perspectives on Student Stress: A Panel Discussion for Parents. 9am, WHS Media Center. Wednesday, April 12th - Swim Team, the Film. Weston Middle School, APC, 7pm. Friday, May 12th - Case House Large Conference Room. 9am - 11am. ---
All of our meetings are open to the public. We encourage you to attend and learn more about Special Education in our schools. Representatives from the Weston PAC, the Office of Student Services, and the School Committee attend these meetings.