PHOTOS: May Center School For Children With Autism Joins The Wilmington Community

WILMINGTON, MA — The ribbon is cut! A ribbon-cutting and Open House was recently held at the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities to celebrate the opening of the school in Wilmington.

Located at 50-E Concord Street, the brand new 22,000-square-foot facility features a gross motor skills room, adaptive gymnasium, library/media center, art/music room, and a 3,000-square-foot outdoor play area. The campus also includes an enhanced vocational and employment program with a fully functional kitchen, school store, and expanded capacity for vocational training for older students.

The May Center School provides full-day, year-round services for children and adolescents from preschool to age 22.

PHOTO 1 May Center School Wilmington
Executive Director Jaimie March (pictured at center), teachers and school staff proudly gathered to welcome guests to the new space and officially declare the school’s opening.
PHOTO 2 May Center School Wilmington
Dr. Lauren Solotar, President and Chief Executive Officer of May Institute, Pamela Raymond, Executive Vice President of Educational Services at May Institute, and Jaimie March, Executive Director of the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, officially welcomed Sean Gallagher, Wilmington Assistant Superintendent of Schools, to the new facility.

(NOTE: The above announcement & photos are from the May Center.)

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