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Providing Adolescents with a Comprehensive Educational and Emotional Environment

PACE is a short-term program that helps students and their families with the process of reentry and reintegration into Natick High School after a period of absence due to a psychiatric or medical hospitalization.

PACE is a therapeutic milieu serving as a safe place where students can receive academic support and individual counseling throughout their school day. PACE is directed by a school social worker. To ensure continuity of care between the school and the community setting, the Coordinator communicates with the student's community-based mental health/medical providers. The PACE Coordinator functions as a liaison for students, parents, teachers and guidance counselors closely monitoring the student's progress in transitioning back into the larger school community.

For additional information regarding PACE, please contact the PACE Program Coordinator, Jackie Davis at: 508-647-6400 ext. 1659.

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