The Mission of the Cape Cod Collaborative is to provide, as an interdependent collaboration of Member School Districts, a flexible, evolving range of high-quality, cost-effective programs and services.
To ensure its success, the Collaborative will establish and maintain communication, governance structures, and practices that regularly assess needs, provide collaborative solutions, and monitor effectiveness.
About the Cape Cod Collaborative
Established in 1975, the Cape Cod Collaborative is an educational collaborative providing services to students, families, and member districts on Cape Cod and the Islands. Supervision and oversight of Collaborative operations is the responsibility of the Executive Director, who reports to a Board of Directors. The Board is comprised of school committee representatives from the 19 Cape and Islands school boards that make-up its membership.
Currently, the Collaborative provides a wide range of services to students and staff. Our student services include: alternative education programs for low incident, special needs populations; programs for the multi-handicapped; therapy and services for students requiring specialized support; and a full range of transportation services for both the special needs and general education population. We coordinate collegial sharing opportunities for school administrators and various professional groups, conduct executive searches and offer professional development and training opportunities for the educators and support personnel of our member districts.