Our organization exists to serve student services leaders in Wisconsin. We recognize that while the context for the work varies, the commitment to ensure each and every student has what they need to learn is common. We focus on professional learning and shaping educational policies and practices and are always looking for new ways to serve our members. If we can ever be of service to you, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to serve you!

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 608/245-2511

Join your colleagues at the 2022 WCASS Fall Conference:
Reconnect, Reimagine, Retool: Moving Forward Together 

Reconnect with your colleagues from across the state at the WCASS Fall Conference. This conference will help you reimagine what's possible and retool your practices. Content includes restorative practices, legal hot topics, best practices for supporting students and tips for balancing compliance with effective evaluation and preventive practices. The conference will also include Community Conversations where content experts and student services leaders will dive deep into hot topics suggested by the conference participants.

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See the conference schedule here!

The Benefits of Membership

WCASS is a statewide organization devoted to improving services to children with special needs by promoting professional leadership, providing opportunity for study of issues pertaining to special services, and facilitating communication and collaboration on behalf of special needs students. 

Read: Top 10 Reasons to Join WCASS
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Who We Are

The Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services, Ltd. (WCASS) is a professional organization comprised of over 350 members who administer and support special education programs throughout the state of Wisconsin. The organization was founded in 1994 by a group of special education administrators and pupil services administrators, coming together to share resources and information to better serve students in Wisconsin. The new organization chose the title that merged our two names.

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