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CHILD STUDY TEAM

Ms. Arnez Crockett (SOCIAL WORKER)

Social Worker

Dr. Louella Cooper (SOCIAL WORKER)

Social Worker

Dr. Yelena Gould (LDT-C)

LDT-C

Mr. Wallace Gould (PSYCHOLOGIST)

Psychologist

Mrs. Renee Patterson-Soriano (PSYCHOLOGIST)

Psychologist

CONGRATULATIONS - MS. MICHELLE HAMLETT

CONGRATULATIONS - MS. MICHELLE HAMLETT (EHS-GOPA)

Congratulations to Michelle Hamlett of GOPA as she was chosen as the New Jersey History Day Outstanding Teacher this year for the senior division! She will be recognized at the state contest on May 5th at William Paterson University.

Congratulations !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Special Education

CORE BELIEFS AND EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

We believe that all students are capable of learning through a shared responsibility of students, families, educators and community which is critical to the student’s success. We believe that each student has a right to an environment that is accessible, emotionally nurturing, physically safe, purposefully engaging, and intellectually challenging thereby preparing all children for the college and career of their choosing.

VISION

To provide for the achievement of every identified child through individualized programs and services.

MISSION

The mission of the Department of Special Education Services is to provide referral, identification, evaluation and instructional services to students identified as disabled through the identification process.  The Department of Special Education works closely with the members of the Intervention and Referral Services (I&RS) to locate and identify students with disabilities in need of special education services.

CHILD STUDY TEAM DIRECTORY

CHILD STUDY TEAM DIRECTORY

NJDOE 2018 DARE TO DREAM STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

The NJDOE 2018 “DARE TO DREAM” Student Leadership Conference was held on May 22nd at William Paterson University. Eastside High School special education supervisor, Mr. David, organized the trip attended by 28 students, including keynote speaker Steven Craige. Steven, who will be graduating this year, spoke about how his perseverance and grit allowed him to succeed with his studies despite his disabilities. He concluded his speech with one of his original acappella Christian rap songs to the delight of the audience. Following the motivational student presentations, attendees joined workshops that highlighted strategies to prepare for college and career. Students attending felt empowered and teachers inspired from this enjoyable experience.

 

-Written by Mrs. Mitlitsky

DARE TO DREAM 2018 - EHS KEYNOTE SPEAKER

NJDOE 2018 DARE TO DREAM STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

Mr. Temitope J. David (SUPERVISOR)

Mr. Temitope J. David

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CONGRATULATIONS TO SIENNA ROJAS

CONGRATULATIONS TO SIENNA ROJAS

Sienna Rojas is a junior at the School of Government and Public Administration, and she participated in the National History Day State Competition at William Paterson University on Saturday, May 5, 2018. The title of her project was “First Do No Harm: The Ethical Compromises of Dr. John C. Cutler”. After a strong display of talent and skills at the regional level, Sienna advanced to the State level competition as one of the twelve finalists. Sienna did not make it to the national level but the department of Special Education Services is very proud of her achievement. Congratulations!!!