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The NuView Academy provides a free, appropriate, public education (FAPE), in the least restrictive environment (LRE) for students exhibiting severe symptoms or diagnosis of Depression, ADHD, Conduct Disorder, Thought Disorder, or Anxiety Disorder. This is a collaborative effort. The Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission shall provide all educational programming and coordinate all referral procedures. Princeton House will provide the psychiatric and therapeutic components for reaching goals that will assure the success of the program. The program is offered from 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, on a 48 week basis per school year.
The NuView Academy is committed to providing the highest quality educational and clinical environment that enables special needs students with emotional and behavioral disabilities to achieve individualized academic excellence. Our exemplary, stimulating atmosphere provides our students with the tools needed to improve their self-esteem, develop individual responsibility, and evolve into productive members of society.
PROGRAM GOALS & OBJECTIVES
The Student will:
The Commission staff and Princeton House staff will:
STUDENT SELECTION CRITERIA
Classified students pursuant to 6A:14, as Eligible for Special Education and Related Services with any of the following disabilities:
Students will be expected to meet the following criteria prior to admission to the program:
CLINICAL SUPPORT SERVICES
Clinical Support Services provides to all students the emotional and behavioral support needed to address those issues which ensure that all students fully benefit from instruction and learn to effectively make decisions and problem solve. Services include:
The NuView Academy is located at 1 Park Avenue in Piscataway, NJ. With ready access from Routes 1, 18,
287 and the
New Jersey Turnpike, students from Middlesex and adjacent counties may
conveniently be served.
New Jersey State Department of Education
Written referrals with the student's child study team records are reviewed prior to a scheduled intake meeting. Resident child study team members, parents/guardians and students are requested to attend the intake interviews.
Inquiries can be made and/or student records sent to:
1 Park Avenue
Piscataway, NJ 08854
For further information contact:
1660 Stelton Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854-5956
Visits by resident child study team members and parent/guardians are always welcome
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