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County: Atlantic

HammontonProgram for Students with Hearing Loss

566 Old Fork Road
Hammonton, NJ 08037-0308

Contact Information: Mr. John Lavell, Supervisor of Special Education Services

Phone: (609) 567-7000 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: Jlavell@hammontonps.org
TTY: http://www.hammontonps.org/

E-Mail Address: 3
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Hammonton

Enrollment: 4
Age Range: Full day general education preschool program with pull out teacher of the deaf support instruction in the afternoon. Speech and language therapy provided on an individual basis. to

Program Description:

County: Atlantic

Atlantic City

1300 Atlantic Ave. 6th Floor
Atlantic City, NJ 08401-6803

Contact Information: Mr. Harry Formica, Supervisor of Special Education

Phone: (609) 343-7200 Ext: (609) 345-3262
Videophone:
Fax: hformica@acboe.org
TTY: http://www.acboe.org

E-Mail Address: 5
Web Address: 4

Operated by: Atlantic City School District

Enrollment: 7
Age Range: A self contained program for students with severe to profound hearing loss has been designed to develop language skills in American Sign Language and English. The teacher of the deaf provides instruction in content areas. An educational interpreter provides interpreting as a related services for special subjects in the age appropriate general education programs. Speech and language specialists provide one-to- one speech and language therapy sessions for articulation and auditory training. Group speech sessions are also offered for the development of pragmatic language skills. State of the art FM systems and soundfield systems are available in the classroom. Instructional technology such as Smart Boards and personal computers are also utilized for class instruction. to

Program Description:

County: Atlantic

Egg Harbor Township

2499 Spruce Avenue
Egg Harbor, NJ 08232-2928

Contact Information: Dr. Carol Cannerelli, Director of Special Services

Phone: (609) 646-7911 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: cannerec@eht.k12.nj.us
TTY: www.eht.k12.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 5
Web Address: 8

Operated by: Egg Harbor Township

Enrollment: 15
Age Range: Resource center program for students with hearing loss. Educational Interpreting as a related service is provided for students in general education programs. to

Program Description:

County: Bergen

Center for Collegiate Deaf Education

400 Paramus Road
Paramus, NJ 07652-5333

Contact Information: Ms. Tia Gardner, Project Coordinator

Phone: (201) 447-7844 Ext: (201) 493-1839
Videophone: (201) 447-7845
Fax: tgardner@bergen.edu
TTY: www.bergen.cc.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 40
Web Address: 18

Operated by: Bergen County Community College

Enrollment: ongoing
Age Range: Bergen County Community College has a long-standing commitment to equal access for all students, including those with hearing impairment. The Center for Collegiate Deaf Education--one of only two regional centers in the state-- offers sign language interpretation, c-print captioning, special workshops, transition activities, academic support and advisement, counseling, adaptive technology and accommodations, and career development. to

Program Description:

County: Bergen

Secondary Hearing Impaired Program (SHIP) at Midland Park

c/o Midland Park High School
250 Prospect Street
Midland Park, NJ 07432-1803

Contact Information: Ms. Kathleen Treni, Program Supervisor

Phone: (201) 343-6000 Ext: (201) 670-6198
Videophone:
Fax: kattre@bergen.org
TTY: www.bergen.org/spserv/

E-Mail Address: 25
Web Address: 14

Operated by: Bergen County Special Services

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: The Secondary Hearing Impaired Program offers a continuum of program options: full time placements in regular education programs with related services. A consultative teaching model is used to support general education teachers and small group instruction. Exploratory and support classes are available and taught by a teacher of the deaf. All academic and extracurricular activities are accessible to students who are deaf with the support of the appropriate related services and accommodations. CART provides equal access for students in need of support. FM systems and other assistive devices are available to students, as needed. to

Program Description:

County: Bergen

Millburn Regional Day School

70 Spring St.
Millburn, NJ 07041

Contact Information: Ms Angela Cupo, Principal

Phone: (201) 498-8137 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: angcup@bergen.org
TTY: www.bergen.org/spserv/millburn.html

E-Mail Address: 105
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Bergen County Special Services School District

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: Millburn Regional Day School, operated by the Bergen County Special Services School District, is a program serving students with multiple disabilities, ages 3 through 21. The goal of the Millburn School is to promote student independence, and to help students reach their full potential within their communities. To reach this goal, students are instructed with a comprehensive academic, vocational, and functional curriculum, which is integrated with an intensive therapy program offering speech, physical, and occupational therapies. Underlying all the work at Millburn is the commitment to total communication including sign language, augmentative communication, and assistive computer technology. to

Program Description:

County: Bergen

Hearing Impaired Program (HIP) at Midland Park

41 East Center Street
Midland Park, NJ 07432-1803

Contact Information: Ms. Kathleen Treni, Program Supervisor

Phone: (201) 343-6000 Ext: (201) 670-7488
Videophone:
Fax: kattre@bergen.org
TTY: www.bergen.org/spserv/

E-Mail Address: 85
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Bergen County Special Services

Enrollment: 13
Age Range: The Listening and Spoken Language program, operated by Bergen County Special Services School District, is placed within the school community of Midland Park Public Schools. The elementary program for students who are deaf/hard of hearing, offers a continuum of program options and services for this population. Students have the option of full-time placement in regular education programs with the collaborative team-teaching offered with the regular education teacher and the teacher of the deaf. Small groups are available. Speech therapists are certified in Auditory Verbal Therapy and address listening needs of students with advanced digital hearing aids and cochlear implants. A full time audiologist is on campus to manage equipment needs for the program. to

Program Description:

County: Bergen

Hackensack High School Secondary Program for Students with Hearing Loss

334 Union St.
Hackensack, NJ 07601-2449

Contact Information: Dr. Candi Reed, Supervisor of Total Communication Programs

Phone: (201) 343-6000 Ext: (201) 343-7794
Videophone:
Fax: canree@bergen.org
TTY: www.bergen.org

E-Mail Address: 12
Web Address: 15-18

Operated by: Bergen County Special Services

Enrollment:
Age Range: The Hackensack High School Program for Students who are deaf/hard of hearing is a program operated by the Bergen County Speical Services School district and located in Hackensack High School. It serves students ages 15-21. They are supported in the general education programs using a teacher consultant model with a teacher of the deaf. Extensive planning with general education teachers and related services personnel is a critical component of the program. Educational interpreters and student notetakers also support students in the general education programs according to the individualized education program. to

Program Description:

County: Bergen

Union Street School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Union St. School
334 Union St.
Hackensack, NJ 07601-1401

Contact Information: Dr. Candi Reed, Supervisor of Total Communication Programs

Phone: (201) 343-6000 Ext: (201) 343-7794
Videophone:
Fax: canree@bergen.org
TTY: www.bergen.org

E-Mail Address: 42
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Bergen County Special Services School District

Enrollment: 14
Age Range: The Union Street School for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing is a program operated by the Bergen County Special Services School district and located within the Hackensack Public School District. The preschool-grade 8 program offers small group instruction as well as a full range of mainstream opportunities in the Hackensack School district. The general education curricula of the Hackensack School district is adapted to meet the unique learning styles of each student. Students in the general education classes are supported by the implementation of a teacher consultant model with a teacher of the deaf and an educational interpreter. to

Program Description:

County: Burlington

Summit Speech School South

@Mansfield Elementary School
200 Mansfield Road East
Columbus, NJ 08022-

Contact Information: Dr. Pamela Paskowitz, Executive Director

Phone: (908) 508-0011 Ext: (908) 508-0012
Videophone:
Fax: info@summitspeech.org
TTY: info@summitspeech.org

E-Mail Address: 3
Web Address: 3

Operated by: APSSD-Summit Speech School South

Enrollment: 6
Age Range: Summit Speech School teaches children who are deaf or hard of hearing to listen and talk. Our goal is to prepare children to enter the general education program in their neighborhood school by kindergarten or first grade. A full-day preschool program that follows the New Jersey Core Curriculum Standards is offered Monday -Friday. The focus of the program is to train the children to use their hearing to process language and develop speech. Staff members possess specialized skills in working with students with hearing devices. Five speech therapy classes per week are offered, along with speech therapy practices integrated into the classroom curriculum throughout the day. Access to an education audiologist is also available. to

Program Description:

County: Burlington

EIP at Virtua Memorial Hospital

175 Madison Avenue
EIP-Stokes Basement
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

Contact Information: Ms. Creighton, Coordinator

Phone: (609) 261-7049 Ext: (609) 702-7944
Videophone:
Fax: lcreighton@virtua.org
TTY: www.virtua.org

E-Mail Address: 20
Web Address: Birth

Operated by: Virtua Memorial Hospital

Enrollment: 3
Age Range: Provides early intervention services in natural environments to students who are deaf or hard of hearing, as needed. to

Program Description:

County: Burlington

Tabernacle Public Schools

132 New Road
Tabernacle, NJ 08088-8569

Contact Information: Mr. John Tirico, Supervisor of Special Education Services

Phone: (609) 268-0153 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: tiricoj@tabernacle.k12.nj.us
TTY: http://www.tabernacle.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 6
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Tabernacle

Enrollment: 10
Age Range: There are currently 6 students enrolled in the Tabernacle program for students with hearing loss. Teachers of the deaf provide in-class support and/or pullout replacement instruction. Educational interpreters are available to support students in general education programs. American Sign Language is offered as a world language option. to

Program Description:

County: Burlington

Bordentown Program for Students with Hearing Loss

318 Ward Ave
Bordentown, NJ 08505-1768

Contact Information: Mrs. Louise Sullivan, Director of Special Services

Phone: (609) 298-0025 Ext: (609) 291-7979
Videophone:
Fax: sullivanl@bordentown.k12.nj.us
TTY: www.bordentown.k12.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 8
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Bordentown Regional School District

Enrollment: 18
Age Range: Students with hearing loss are provided a language rich environment in the districts general education programs. Teachers of the deaf are members of the collaborative instructional team and offer in class support or resource room instruction. Speech language instruction and educational interpreting are offered as a related service according to the students individualized education programs. to

Program Description:

County: Camden

MidAtlantic Post-Secondary Center: Students Who Are Deaf/HH

P.O. Box 200 College Drive
Blackwood, NJ 08012-0200

Contact Information: Ms. Kathy Earp, Director

Phone: (856) 227-7200 Ext: (856) 374-4879
Videophone: (856) 228-1897
Fax: kearp@camdencc.edu
TTY: www.camdencc.edu

E-Mail Address: 65
Web Address: 18

Operated by: Camden County College

Enrollment: 50
Age Range: The center was established in 1988 in response to a demand for comprehensive services for students who are deaf and hard of hearing at the postsecondary level in the state of New Jersey. The center is funded by Camden County College, the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education Special Needs Grant Program, and the New Jersey Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services. As a New Jersey Regional Center, Camden County College also provides technical assistance to other New Jersey post-secondary institutions serving students who are deaf or hard of hearing. The college is also the New Jersey state site for NETAC (Northeast Technical Assistance Center), which is dedicated to working with postsecondary institutions to improve educational access and enhance opportunities for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. The Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at Camden County College in Blackwood, New Jersey offers certificate and degree programs for students who are deaf or hard of hearing seeking career and academic training. to

Program Description:

County: Camden

Berlin Township

225 Grove Avenue
West Berlin, NJ 08091-

Contact Information: Ms. Kristin Braidwood, Supervisor of Special Services

Phone: (856) 767-9480 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: kbraidwood@btwpschools.org
TTY: www.btwpschools.org

E-Mail Address: 4
Web Address: 5

Operated by: Berlin Township

Enrollment: 6
Age Range: Program options include general education program with educational interpreters and self contained program with full time teacher of the deaf and speech/language specialist. to

Program Description:

County: Cape May

Upper Township Support Program

525 Perry Road
Petersburg, NJ 08270

Contact Information: Mr. Robert DiDonato, Director of Special Services

Phone: (609) 628-3510 Ext: (609) 628-2002
Videophone:
Fax: didonato@upperschools.org
TTY: upper.capemayschools.com

E-Mail Address: 3
Web Address: 6

Operated by:

Enrollment: 8
Age Range: Currently, there are three resident students with a profound hearing loss, one of whom has a cochlear implant. These students have average to above-average ability and are integrated into regular education programs. The two older students are able to do this and be successful with the services of a sign language interpreter. The third student with the cochlear implant has a shadow to aid in re-directing her when she does not fully understand teacher directions. In addition, this child has been placed in a classroom with an FM system, as well as a sound field system. Support services are provided in the area of language development, reading and writing with the teacher of the deaf. Students from out of district are not accepted due to the great difficulty in finding sign language interpreters. to

Program Description:

County: Cumberland

Vineland Program for Students Who Are Deaf

625 Plum Street
Vineland, NJ 08360-3708

Contact Information: Ms. Teri Godlewski, Director of Special Services

Phone: (856) 794-6700 Ext: (856) 691-0541
Videophone: (856) 691-5981
Fax: tgodlewski@vineland.org
TTY: www.vineland.org

E-Mail Address: 33
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Vineland City Public Schools

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: Provides self-contained program options, as well as related services to support students in regular education programs. to

Program Description:

County: Essex

Newark Technology High School Program for Students Who Are Deaf

187 Broadway
Newark, NJ 07104-3015

Contact Information: Ms. Carol Ukstins, Coordinator

Phone: (973) 705-3759 Ext: (973) 497-5786
Videophone: (973) 497-5795
Fax: CUkstins@NPS.K12.NJ.US
TTY: www.nps.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 20
Web Address: 14

Operated by: Newark

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: Newarks secondary program for the deaf opened its doors to students who are deaf/hard of hearing in 1997. The program is within Technology High School, one of Newarks magnet public high schools. The program accepts out-of-district placements. Program options include in class support for general education classes or self contained classes. to

Program Description:

County: Essex

Bruce Street School for the Deaf

333 Clinton Place
Newark, NJ 07112-3015

Contact Information: Ms. Carol Ukstins, Coordinator

Phone: (973) 705-3759 Ext: (973) 705-3818
Videophone: (973) 705-3759
Fax: CUkstins@NPS.K12.NJ.US
TTY: www.nps.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 52
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Newark

Enrollment: 15
Age Range: Self contained classes are offered for students ages 3 through 15. In-class support is also available. to

Program Description:

County: Gloucester

Gloucester County Special Services School District

1340 Tanyard Rd.
Sewell, NJ 08080-

Contact Information: Ms. Mary Hilley, Supervisor

Phone: (856) 415-7530 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: mhilley@gcecnj.org
TTY: http://www.gcsssd.org/

E-Mail Address: 23
Web Address: Birth

Operated by: Gloucester County Special Services School District

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: Gloucester County Special Services School District (GCSSSD) operates programs for deaf and hard of hearing students. The programs are staffed by certified teachers of the deaf, speech-language specialists, a certified audiological consultant, teacher assistants with sign language skills, and interpreters for the deaf. Occupational and physical therapies are available on an as-needed basis. The early intervention program is offered to eligible families with children ages birth to three in Gloucester and Camden counties. Referrals originate from Gloucester and Camden County Special Child Health Services. Early intervention services are delivered in the childs natural environment (i.e. home and/or day care facilities) and are designed to meet individual communication, motor and cognitive needs. Families are active participants and are a vital component in the childs program.The elementary and middle school programs are located in the Gloucester Public School District. Program delivery is accomplished through placements including self-contained classrooms, resource centers, in-class support and mainstreaming. Sign language classes and parent support meetings are also available to families of the students enrolled in these programs. to

Program Description:

County: Hudson

County Prep High School

525 Montgomery St
Jersey City, NJ 07306-1634

Contact Information: Ms. Stephanie Saracino, Director of Special Services

Phone: (201) 631-6318 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: ssaracino@hctonline.org
TTY: www.hcstonline.org/countyprep/

E-Mail Address: 3
Web Address: 14

Operated by: Hudson County Vocational School District

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: to

Program Description:

County: Hudson

Jersey City Program for Students Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing

346 Claremont Ave
Jersey City, NJ 07305-1634

Contact Information: Mr. Gerard Crisonino, Supervisor of Special Services

Phone: (201) 915-6199 Ext: (201) 420-9082
Videophone:
Fax: gcrisonino@jcboe.org
TTY: http://www.jcboe.org/

E-Mail Address: 39
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Jersey City

Enrollment: 18
Age Range: The Jersey City Program for Students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing serves preschool through high school-aged students. The preschool through elementary program is housed at P.S. #27. The high school program is at McNair Academic High School. The program options include a regular education program with teachers of the deaf providing in-class support, as well as self-contained classes. All of the students receive speech/language therapy and training in total communication. In addition, all of the youngsters participate in all school activities and are fully mainstreamed for all nonacademic subjects. to

Program Description:

County: Mercer

Alexander Elementary School

4660 Nottingham Way
Hamilton, NJ 08690-

Contact Information: Ms. Barbara Frascella, Child Study Team Supervisor

Phone: (609) 631-4165 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: bfrascella@hamilton.k12.nj.us
TTY: www.hamilton.k12.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 2
Web Address: 6

Operated by: Hamilton Township

Enrollment: 7
Age Range: Two first-grade students attend Katzenbach School for morning classes and participate in their home district neighborhood school in the afternoon. Hamilton School District provides a half-time teacher certified as teacher of the deaf to provide both in-class replacement and support for the afternoon classes. In addition, the teacher may also provide individualized instruction when necessary. to

Program Description:

County: Mercer

Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf

P.O. Box 535
Trenton, NJ 08625-0535

Contact Information: Dr. Angel Ramos, Superintendent

Phone: (609) 530-3112 Ext: (609) 530-5791
Videophone: (609) 530-6620
Fax: Angel_Ramos@mksd.state.nj.us
TTY: www.mksd.org

E-Mail Address: 135
Web Address: Birth

Operated by: Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: The Marie H. Katzenbach School for the Deaf offers comprehensive educational services for deaf and hard of hearing students from birth to age 21. Day and residential programs are available. The educational programs include an early intervention Parent-Infant Program, the Nursery School, the Lower School, the Middle School, and the High School. Specialized programs include the Positive Learning Understanding Support Program (BSP) for students with emotional challenges, the Multi-Handicapped Program, and the KATS Program for academically talented students. Katzenbach provides developmental counseling, social work services, audiological services, and deaf culture instruction to all students. Katzenbachs off-campus programs include the Special Child Study Team for Students with Hearing Impairments and the Substance Abuse Prevention program. to

Program Description:

County: Middlesex

Greenbrook Program for Students Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing

4 Executive Drive
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852-

Contact Information: Mr. Raphael Morales, Director of Special Services

Phone: (732) 297-2480 Ext: (732) 940-2028
Videophone:
Fax: Raphael.Morales@sbschools.org
TTY: http://www.sbschools.org/

E-Mail Address: 14
Web Address: 5

Operated by: South Brunswick Twp

Enrollment: 16
Age Range: The Oral/Aural program was started at Greenbrook School in 1988. Students who are deaf/hard of hearing were placed in regular education classes in order to provide these students with a peer group. They are supported by a teacher of the deaf, speech-language pathologist and an itinerant classroom aide. Classroom teachers receive consultation services from the teacher of the deaf and the speech and language specialist in order to coordinate the regular education curricula with the students specialized needs.All of the classrooms, which serve the students who are deaf, are carpeted. Many also have sound field systems. When appropriate, students wear personal FM systems. All classroom teachers and specialists are trained to use the FM systems and are provided with training for classroom management techniques which may be necessary for the students to succeed in the academic setting. to

Program Description:

County: Middlesex

Deaf Adult Basic Skills

268 Baldwin Street
2nd Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-2683

Contact Information: Ms. Marlene Lederman, Principal

Phone: (732) 745-5300 Ext:
Videophone: (732) 745-5300
Fax: marlene_lederman@nbps.k12.nj.us
TTY: www.nbps.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 15
Web Address: 16

Operated by: New Brunswick

Enrollment: 65+
Age Range: Provides assistance with life skills and vocational training for teenagers and adults. Instruction is offered in American Sign Language. to

Program Description:

County: Monmouth

Neptune Township Regional Deaf Education Program

Neptune Township Regional Deaf Education Program
60 Neptune Blvd.
Neptune, NJ 07753-4596

Contact Information: Ms. Candice Wells, Supervisor

Phone: (732) 776-2200 Ext: (732) 775-8780
Videophone: (732) 776-2200
Fax: CAWells@neptune.k12.nj.us
TTY: neptune.k-12.nj.us/deaf

E-Mail Address: 50
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Neptune Township

Enrollment: 19
Age Range: The Neptune Township Regional Deaf Education Program is sponsored by Neptune Township Board of Education. The program offers a continuum of educational options for students from preschool age through high school, utilizing a total communication approach. Self-contained classes are available, as well as in-class support with a teacher of the deaf in regular education classes. Interpreter services are provided during elementary specials such as physical education, music, art, and library. Interpreter services are also provided for all regular education classes at Neptune Middle School and High School and for all extracurricular activities. to

Program Description:

County: Monmouth

Manalapan-Englishtown Program for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing

Pupil Personnel Services-Clarks Middle School
Gordons Corner Road
Manalapan, NJ 07726-1599

Contact Information: Ms. Georgianna Petillo, Director of Special Services

Phone: (732) 786-2750 Ext: (732) 446-8569
Videophone:
Fax: gpetillo@mers.k12.nj.us
TTY: www.mers.k12.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 13
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Manalapan-Englishtown

Enrollment: 14
Age Range: Manalapan-Englishtown offers a comprehensive program for all the deaf students, depending on their needs. Participation in regular education programs is offered with resource center support with teachers of the deaf. Sign language interpreters, sound field systems for students with cochlear implants and FM systems are available. The students receive speech/language therapy according to their individualized education programs (IEPs). The classroom teachers attend meetings where they are provided with educational strategies for the deaf students in their classrooms. The older students are offered the services of a notetaker. Manalapan-Englishtown strives to create appropriate programs to meet the needs of deaf students. to

Program Description:

County: Morris

Parsippany -Troy Hills

292 Parsippany Rd
Parsippany, NJ 07054-0052

Contact Information: Ms. Suzanne Olimpio, Director of Special Services

Phone: (973) 263-7215 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: solimpio@pthsd.k12.nj.us
TTY: http://www.pthsd.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 5
Web Address: 5

Operated by: Parsippany-Troy Hills

Enrollment: 15
Age Range: to

Program Description:

County: Morris

Lake Drive School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children

10 Lake Drive
Mountain Lakes, NJ 07046-1520

Contact Information: Ms. Julie Lazeration, Principal

Phone: (973) 299-0166 Ext: (973) 299-9405
Videophone: (973) 299-0166
Fax: jlazerationi@mtlakes.org
TTY: www.mtlakes.org/

E-Mail Address: 253
Web Address: Birth

Operated by: Mountain Lakes Board of Education

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: The Lake Drive School is a public school program for students who are deaf or hard of hearing which operates within the Mountain Lakes Public School District. The Lake Drive School provides a continuum of educational options for children with hearing loss from birth through high school graduation. The program serves resident students from Mountain Lakes, as well as students from out of district.The school is dedicated to the development of literacy and communication. Professional staff include teachers of the deaf, speech language pathologists, educational audiologists, social workers, psychologists, occupational and physical therapists, sign language interpreters, counselors, and consultants in areas such as child psychiatry, feeding and oral motor disorders. A team of trained paraprofessionals and other support service providers, including sign language interpreters, complements professional staff. Mainstream education with comprehensive support services is available throughout the Mountain Lakes School District for students with academic abilities. In addition, a team of itinerant teachers of the deaf provides support and in-service education to students who are educated in their home school districts. to

Program Description:

County: Ocean

Pinelands Regional Program for the Auditorily Impaired

Nugentown Road
Tuckerton, NJ 08087-0248

Contact Information: Ms. Ellen Ward, District Supervisor Special Education Services

Phone: (609) 296-3106 Ext: (609) 294-9519
Videophone:
Fax: eward@prsdnj.org
TTY: www.pinelandsregional.org/

E-Mail Address: 2
Web Address: 12

Operated by: Pinelands Regional School District

Enrollment: 15
Age Range: A teacher of the deaf supports students in pull-out resource center programs or provides in-class support in regular education programs. to

Program Description:

County: Ocean

Toms River Program for Students Who Are Deaf

1144 Hooper Avenue
Toms River, NJ 08753-7643

Contact Information: Ms. Mari Ann Pepe, Director of Special Services

Phone: (732) 505-5577 Ext: (732) 505-1493
Videophone:
Fax: mpepe@trschools.com
TTY: www.tomsriver.k12.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 9
Web Address: 6

Operated by: Toms River Regional

Enrollment: 13
Age Range: The self-contained class for students with hearing loss at Silver Bay Elementary School is taught by a teacher of the deaf using a total communication approach. This program has a strong emphasis on language and speech development. The program is unique in that students participate in the self-contained program for half of the day, and the other half of the day, they are in regular education classes. to

Program Description:

County: Ocean

Stafford Township School District

Stafford Township School District
775 E Bay Avenue
Manahawkin, NJ 08050-2807

Contact Information: Ms. Dawn Reo, Supervisor Special Services

Phone: (609) 978-5708 Ext: (609) 978-6796
Videophone:
Fax: dreo@staffordschools.org
TTY: www.staffordschools.org/

E-Mail Address: 5
Web Address: 3

Operated by: Stafford Township School District

Enrollment: 12
Age Range: The Stafford Township School District provides an array of services along the least restrictive environment spectrum. The options include in-class support, resource center services and self-contained classes with mainstreaming. to

Program Description:

County: Ocean

Southern Regional High School

600 North Main Street
Manahawkin, NJ 08050-2807

Contact Information: Mr. Robert Schoka, Supervisor of Special Services

Phone: (609) 597-9481 Ext: (609) 978-9373
Videophone:
Fax: rschoka@srsd.net
TTY: dune.srhs.k12.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 1
Web Address: 15

Operated by: Southern Regional High School

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: In order to support academic success in regular education programs, a teacher of the deaf provides in-class support. Educational Interpreters are also available. to

Program Description:

County: Ocean

Lacey Township Schools

Mill Pond School
Western Boulevard
Lanoka Harbor, NJ 08734

Contact Information: Mr. Michael Maschi, Director of Student Services

Phone: (609) 971-2043 Ext: (609) 242-1296
Videophone:
Fax: mmaschi@laceyschools.org
TTY: www.laceytwp.com

E-Mail Address: 6
Web Address: 5

Operated by: Lacey Township

Enrollment: 17
Age Range: A teacher of the deaf provides pull-out resource center services. Students are seen for 30-40 minutes daily. During this time, notetaking materials are reviewed, and preteaching occurs for academic subject areas which will be covered during the forthcoming week. A teacher of the deaf also consults with regular education teachers in order to provide for continuity of instruction. Educational interpreters are also available to provide interpreting as a related service in general education programs. to

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County: Ocean

Little Egg Harbor Programs for Students Who Are Deaf

Little Egg Harbor Twp Schools
305 Frog Pond Road
Little Egg Harbor, NJ 08087-9750

Contact Information: Ms Carol Saker, Director of Special Services

Phone: (609) 294-9664 Ext: (609) 296-3225
Videophone:
Fax: csaker@lehsd.k12.nj.us
TTY: www.lehsd.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 4
Web Address: 10

Operated by: Little Egg Harbor Twp. Schools

Enrollment: 11
Age Range: The goal of the program for students who are deaf/hard of hearing in Little Egg Harbor is to support placements within the regular education programs, including academics, specials and extracurricular activities. A teacher of the deaf provides in-class support, as well as pull-out replacement resource center programming at the middle school level. Interpreting services are available for after-school activities, such as art club, chorus, sports and band.A teacher of the deaf will also be team-teaching in the preschool program within the district. to

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County: Ocean

Jackson Township Program for Students who are Deaf

835 Patterson Rd.
Jackson, NJ 08527-3497

Contact Information: Ms. Jennifer Carney, Director of Special Services

Phone: (732) 833-4605 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: jcarney@jacksonsd.org
TTY: www.jacksonsd.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 12
Web Address: 5

Operated by: Jackson Township

Enrollment: 18
Age Range: Provides in-class support and resource center programming to support students participation in regular education programs and extracurricular activities. to

Program Description:

County: Passaic

Clifton Resource Center Program for Students who are Deaf

99 St. Andrews Street
Clifton, NJ 07011-2209

Contact Information: Ms. Renee Blackowski, Director of Special Services

Phone: (973) 470-2286 Ext: (973) 472-4873
Videophone:
Fax: rblackowski@cliftonschools.net
TTY: www.clifton.k12.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 7
Web Address: 6

Operated by: Clifton

Enrollment: 12
Age Range: Clifton has been serving students with hearing impairments since the late 1960s. The classes are located in a Pre-K though Grade 5 elementary building. The students participate in the same activities provided to their hearing peers. to

Program Description:

County: Passaic

North Jersey Regional Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

45 Reinhardt Road
Wayne, NJ 07470

Contact Information: Dr. Candace Chaleff, Supervisor

Phone: (973) 389-4197 Ext: (973) 790-4727
Videophone: (973) 389-4284
Fax: cchaleff@pcti.tec.nj.us
TTY: www.pcti.tec.nj.us

E-Mail Address: 12
Web Address: 13

Operated by: Passaic County Vocational School District

Enrollment: 21
Age Range: The North Jersey Regional Center for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing is included among the programs at Passaic County Technical Institute. Academic and vocational course offerings are available, as well as a broad continuum of support and related services. to

Program Description:

County: Passaic

EIP at the Childrens Hospital of St. Josephs

St. Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
300 Hospital Plaza
Paterson, NJ 07503-1306

Contact Information: Ms. Mona Lisa Adamo, Coordinator

Phone: (973) 754-4540 Ext: (973) 754-4648
Videophone:
Fax: adamom@sjhmc.org
TTY: www.sjhmc.org

E-Mail Address: 60
Web Address: Birth

Operated by:

Enrollment: 3
Age Range: Provides early intervention services according to the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). to

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County: Somerset

Bridgewater-Raritan Program for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing

836 Newmans Lane
P.O. Box 6030
Bridgewater, NJ 08807-0030

Contact Information: Ms. Monica Butler, Supervisor of Special Services

Phone: (908) 685-2777 Ext: (732) 764-9056
Videophone:
Fax: mbutler@brrsd.k12.nj.us
TTY: www.brrsd.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 7
Web Address: 7

Operated by: Bridgewater-Raritan Regional Schools

Enrollment: 16
Age Range: Currently, seven students enrolled in the Bridgewater-Raritan School District are auditorily impaired. Five of these students receive services in-district, with programs ranging from total mainstreaming in regular education programs with related services, to resource center replacement with certified teachers of the deaf. Two students attend private schools for the handicapped. The district employs one teacher of the deaf for the self-contained, primary-level Communication Impaired class. Two teachers of the deaf/teachers of the handicapped are on the resource center staff in the middle school. All decisions regarding programming are made based on the needs of the students. to

Program Description:

County: Union

Westfield Resource Center Programs for Students Who Are Deaf

302 Elm Street
Westfield, NJ 07090-3104

Contact Information: Dr. Michael Weissman, Director of Special Services

Phone: (908) 789-4442 Ext:
Videophone:
Fax: mweissman@westfieldnj.com
TTY: www.westfieldnjk12.org

E-Mail Address: 12
Web Address: 5

Operated by: Westfield Public Schools

Enrollment: 12
Age Range: In-class support and pull-out resource center programs are available to support students in regular education academic programs and special subjects. Related services are also available for extra-curricular activities. to

Program Description:

County: Union

Elizabeth Public School Program for Students Who Are Deaf

Elmora School #12
628 Magie Avenue
Elizabeth, NJ 07208

Contact Information: Ms. Dorothy McMullen, Director

Phone: (908) 558-3012 Ext: (908) 558-9266
Videophone:
Fax: mcmullendo@elizabeth.k12.nj.us
TTY: www.elizabeth.k12.nj.us/

E-Mail Address: 9
Web Address: 5

Operated by: Elizabeth

Enrollment: 10
Age Range: The auditory impairment program provides a language-based curriculum which is infused throughout the program. Although the instruction is provided using multimodalities, the students preferred modality will be highlighted for instruction. In addition, strategies are utilized to improve and expand appropriate language skills.The academic curricula for the program follow the scope and sequence of the districts general education curricula in accordance with the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. The special education curriculum provides additional guidelines for instruction. to

Program Description:

County: Union

Summit Speech School

705 Central Avenue
New Providence, NJ 07974

Contact Information: Dr. Pamela Paskowitz, Executive Director

Phone: (908) 508-0011 Ext: (908) 508-0012
Videophone: (908) 508-0011
Fax: ppaskowitz@summitspeech.org
TTY: http://www.summitspeech.com/

E-Mail Address: 100
Web Address: Birth

Operated by:

Enrollment: 6
Age Range: The Summit Speech School is a private, nonprofit facility, whose mission is to enable children who are deaf or hard of hearing to take their place in a hearing world by providing educational and therapeutic support services through an auditory/oral program. Using intensive speech, language and listening sessions, children learn to maximize their listening, language and speaking skills. The schools educational team tracks the childrens vocabulary, listening skills, speech, syntax, and discourse skills. The Parent Infant Program offers parents and caregivers the skills and confidence they need to help their young children learn to listen and talk. The Itinerant Mainstream Support Program provides educational and technical support to children and teachers in mainstream programs. Summit Speech School services children in Essex, Hudson, Morris, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Union and Somerset counties. to

Program Description:

County: Union

Secondary Program for Students Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Governor Livingston High School
175 Watchung Boulevard
Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922

Contact Information: Ms. Michelle Gardner, Special Education Supervisor

Phone: (908) 508-1923 Ext: (908) 464-7673
Videophone: (908) 464-3766
Fax: mgardner@bhpsnj.org
TTY: www.bhpsnj.org/glhome

E-Mail Address: 26
Web Address: 14

Operated by: Berkeley Heights Public Schools

Enrollment: 20
Age Range: For more than 20 years, the deaf and hard of hearing program at Governor Livingston High School has educated young men and women from all over the state of New Jersey. This program offers a unique combination of specialized programming, along with the benefits and opportunities available in the districts high school. The school offers a wide array of academic and elective courses aimed at preparing students to meet the demands of a rapidly changing future. to

Program Description:

County: Union

First Children School

330 South Avenue
Fanwood, NJ 07023-

Contact Information: Kathleen Gorski, Principal

Phone: (908) 654-2470 Ext: (908) 654-2483
Videophone:
Fax: kgorski@firstchildrenschool
TTY:

E-Mail Address: 0
Web Address: 3

Operated by:

Enrollment: 13
Age Range: Programs for students with hearing impairments that co-exist with other disabilities (autism, behavioral, medically fragile, traumatic brain injury, spina bifida, visual impairments and physically challenged) to

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