TIES (Together Including Every Student) promotes the participation of students with special needs in extracurricular and community activites by providing support from trained student volunteers.
Every student is able to be actively involved in the school and community.
TIES is a program which promotes the participation of students ages 8-21 with special needs in organized extracurricular and community activities by providing support from trained student volunteers in the Williamson Central School District in grades 8-12. The student partnerships formed are based on shared interests and provideactivities attended are chosen by the participant. Examples of activities include: all school-related clubs, Williamson recreation programs, boy scouts, girl scouts, and 4H.
If you are interested in becoming a TIES participant or volunteer, please contact Kate Wieser at TIES@williamsoncentral.org or call her at 315-589-8386.