Pupil Personnel Services, Special Education, and Central Registration
Phone: (631) 565-6552
Please Note: The Office of Special Education, Central Registration and Pupil Personnel Services has now officially moved to E.W. Miles Middle School. The office is located on the North side of the building, on the first floor. All phone numbers and e-mail addresses have remained the same. For further information, please contact (631) 565-6552.
The Office of Pupil Personnel Services, Special Education, and Central Registration provides assistance to the students and families of the Amityville Union Free School District in the areas of special education, ages 3-21; psychological and social work services; nursing and health services; and central registration.
A district Committee on Special Education and a Committee on Preschool Special Education are appointed by the Board of Education for the purpose of reviewing the individual educational requirements for all students in the district who have been diagnosed as having disabilities that would interfere with their educational progress. These Committees have the responsibility of making recommendations to the Board of Education concerning an appropriate program or services, if needed, for each child with a disability. Parents/Guardians who have questions concerning children with disabilities should contact the Pupil Personnel Services (631) 565-6552.
For information on enrolling your child as a student in the Amityville Union Free School District, please visit our student registration page.
If you are seeking guardianship, please print out the following form for important information. Guardianship Packet (PDF)
In keeping with the McKinney-Vento Act and other applicable New York State statutes on the homeless, a parent/guardian of a homeless child should contact Central Registration for assistance and due process rights at (631) 565-6552.
Homeless/Unaccompanied Youth Registration Form (PDF) - This form is to be completed by persons meeting the definition of homeless or unaccompanied youth or who believe they are homeless or unaccompanied youth.
PLEASE NOTE: Lack of immunization documentation for homeless students should be discussed with Central Registration. In some cases, homeless students are protected from exclusions stated in the immunization guidelines.
Special Education Programs and Services Focused Review
The New York State Education Department's Office of Special Education has completed a Special Education Programs and Services Focused Review in the Amityville Union Free School District during the 2017-18 school year. This review examined the district's compliance with selected federal and State laws and regulations governing the education of students with disabilities.
The review was conducted by the Special Education Quality Assurance Long Island Regional Office. The review process involved a review of school records of a representative sample of students with disabilities, classroom visitations, interviews of parents, and staff surveys. Meetings of the committee on special education were also observed.
A copy of the report may be reviewed by making a written request to the following:
Records Access Officer
Amityville Union Free School District
Park Avenue and Ireland Place
Amityville, NY 11701