A female teacher and three 4th grade students are typing on their laptops in a classroom. They are focused on their own work as they sit at kidney bean shaped tables working independently.
The back of an elementary school female student is shown as she stands in front of a blue pocket chart containing uppercase letters of the alphabet. She is wearing a dress and her long brown hair is in a braid. She wears a yellow headband and her speech processor is clipped to her shirt.

School Age Program

Elementary and Middle School for Deaf and Deaf Student with Multiple Disabilities Students (Kindergarten – 8th grade)

Class Ratios of 6:1:1 and 6:1:2

1:1 Intervener Paras for Legally Blind Students

Balanced Literacy Methods

Scaffolded & Differentiated Instruction

Technology embedded and incorporated through Smart Boards and iPads enhancing curricula

Data Driven Instruction

Collaborative Planning among Teachers and Related Service Providers

Aligned with NYS Learning Standards and Individual Education Programs

Safe, Joyful & Inclusive Recess

Positive Behavioral Approaches promoting classroom management and student success

Related Services Available:

  • Counseling
  • Feeding Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Orientation & Mobility
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech & Language Therapy
  • Teacher of the Blind and Students with Low Vision 

Collaborative Planning among Teachers and Related Service Providers 

Related Service Delivery Models – Therapy Room & Push-In to the Classroom and to the Community

Multimodal Communication Methods including:

  • American Sign Language (ASL)
  • Spoken English
  • Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • Mid & High-Tech Augmentative Communication Devices
  • Tactile Symbols