Welcome to the Barre Unified Union School District (BUUSD) Special Services Department
The Barre Unified Union School District Special Services Department strives to meet the educational, social/emotional, and behavioral needs of all eligible children in grades Pre-K-12 through a variety of comprehensive programs.Students may require specialized instruction, modified curricula or accommodations in order to experience success in school and meet their individualized learning needs.
Students who require support services are often identified through an array of means including child find activities as mandated by federal law, referrals from parents, teachers, the medical community, and human service agencies.
In addition to the provision of services, our office serves as the liaison for numerous local, state, and federal programs that provide services to students including The McKinney Vento Act for the Education of Homeless Children, Interagency Coordination of Educational Stability for Students in Foster Care, School Psychologists, and Occupational and Physical Therapists.
Barre Unified Union School District #097 Notice
All children and youths, ages 0-21 years who are residents of the Barre Unified Union School District are eligible to receive an appropriate education at public expense regardless of any handicaps they may have. The Barre Public School System may be unaware of all resident children and youths with disabilities. If you know of a child who may be eligible for special education services and is not in school or otherwise being educated at public expense, please notify the school system by calling or writing to Stacy Anderson.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for on this page, please don't hesitate to contact us or the appropriate staff member at your school.
Request for Contracted/Related Services Proposals
The Barre Unified Union School District is seeking proposals for contracted and related services for the 2020-21 school year. See our RFP here: