A Sex Offender Notification has been sent to all District staff and families, Oct. 5, 2018
Please be advised regarding the attached letter from Dr. Montesano, Superintendent of Schools.
The Pupil Personnel Services and Special Education Department makes available an array of quality instruction and support services designed to provide an appropriate educational experience for students. It offers support to individuals and groups of students outside of the regular education program in the areas of: Community Liaison, Family Resource Support, Guidance & School Counseling, Nursing, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Psychology, Social Work, Speech & Language Services and Education Services. These services are available to all students in our schools. While some of these services are provided only upon recommendation by the Committee on Special Education, parents, students and teachers often need advice on how to deal with social, educational or personal problems which arise. To this end each of our schools maintains a staff of professional personnel for this express purpose. To learn more about pupil personnel services and special education, please scroll down and click on available information pages.
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Secretary to the Director
Secretary of Special Education
Secretary of the Committee on Special Education (CSE)
Secretary of the Committee on Pre-school Special Education
and Special Education (CPSE/CSE)
Students with disabilities, who do not meet the criteria for services under the Committee on Special Education, may meet the criteria for receiving accommodations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
In order to receive a 504 Accommodation Plan, a student must have a documented disability that impacts on the students education.
The 504 Accommodation Plan is a legal document and accommodations can include, but are not limited to: testing accommodations, program modifications, and a related service.
Parents who suspect that a student may have a disability requiring a 504 Accommodation Plan are encouraged to first explore these issues with appropriate pupil personnel/professional staff (i.e., teachers, guidance counselors, school psychologists, school social workers) who will attempt to remedy academic difficulties on the building level.
If exhaustive and pre-referral interventions do not succeed in helping the student to improve his/her academic standing/progress, parents/guardians are encouraged to proceed with a referral to the Committee on Special Education.
District Liaison for Foster Care & Displaced Families: Jeanine Rufo, MSW
(845) 353 - 7238
Special Education Parent Teacher Student Association
SEPTSA Executive Board Members: Meetings:
Co-Presidents: Keri Horan & Isabel Ibrahimi 7pm at Nyack Middle School
Vice President: Laurent Szanto Treasurer: Nancy Feeley Meeting Dates: October 17th, November 28th, December 19th, January 16th, Secretary: Barbara Valente February 13th, March 20th, April 17th, and May 22nd
Membership form: 2018-19 SEPSTA Membership Form.jpeg
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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