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Ridgewood Schools offers New Preschool Program this Fall


District Offers New Preschool Program this Fall

June 15,2016

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, The Integrated Preschool Program is a preschool program that is taught by a dually certified K-2 General Education and Special Education teacher. The program strives to engage preschoolers in learning experiences through play. Special needs students and general education children are placed together in an integrated learning environment that employs a developmental approach to learning. Children are engrossed in a variety of activities which promote language, cognitive, motor and social/emotional development. Special education children are placed in the program through an evaluation process performed by the Special Programs Department.
Click here for more information and the application form.

3 thoughts on “Ridgewood Schools offers New Preschool Program this Fall

  1. Why are they starting this program? Where is the space? Is this part of the RED program?

    It is for residents and children of teachers?

  2. He’s saying, “Are you my son?”

  3. I listened to this BoE meeting online when they gave the presentation. They claimed that there will be no additional expenses in terms of hiring teachers for these added / new students.
    Our BOE is so dumb that they don’t understand ‘no additional expense, and we have the teachers’ means we have EXCESS teachers. Fire them instead of finding new work for them.
    We are NOT into daycare business.

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