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School officials to meet about special needs plan for new Wellesley High School

Posted by Ralph Ranalli January 20, 2008 07:50 AM

WELLESLEY

Wellesley School Superintendent Bella Wong and School Committee member Suzy Littlefield will meet on Tuesday with parents who are interested in how a new Wellesley High School will meet the needs of students with special needs.

The town is planning to either renovate the high school or a build a replacement, at a cost of as much as $150 million. The meeting is being hosted by Wellesley Parents Advisory Council, an organization of parents of children with disabilities in both public and private schools.

The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the faculty dining room of the Wellesley Middle School.

-- Lisa Keen

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