About 10 percent of the student population at Woodrow Wilson Middle School receive special education services. Woodrow Wilson Middle School is dedicated to helping all
students perform to their highest academic ability and fully meet their potential. We strive to integrate students with special needs in the general education setting with support
and collaboration from general and special education teachers. Students with Individualized Education Plans participate in resource, fuse (co-taught), and/or general education
classroom settings based on their individual and specific needs. The school provides fuse (co-taught) classes in across grade levels and content areas based on the IEP
requirements of the current group of students. The school also offers counseling, speech, occupational, and/or physical therapy services.
For more information about Hillsborough County's Exceptional Student Education programs and state information, please visit the District ESE Site.
For additional questions about ESE services at Wilson Middle School call ESE Team Leader, Jennifer McCambridge.