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Secondary School Participating Districts

 

1-6-2  [PEACCE Program; 1 teacher - 6 students - 2 school support personnel]

These programs are designed for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders [ASDS]. Our PEACCE classrooms follow the TEACCH Model as developed at the University of North Carolina. This methodology provides a highly structured, visual environment required for children with ASD to learn. Related services as designated on the student’s IEP are provided according to students’ IEPs.

Arlington High School Teachers

Union Vale Middle School Teachers

Vail Farm Elementary School Teachers

1-8-1 [1 teacher - 8 students - 1 school support personnel]

This program serves students who have been recommended by their local Committee on Special Education for a BOCES class in a local district setting as necessary for the Least Restrictive Environment. Mainstreaming opportunities are identified where appropriate. Related services are provided according to students’ IEPs. There is a specialized 1-8-1 program at the elementary and secondary levels. Each 1-8-1 classroom is uniquely designed to meet the needs of its student population.

Arlington High School Teachers

Union Vail Middle School Teachers

  • Ashley Hastings

Vail Farm Elementary School Teachers

1-12-1 [1 teacher - 12 students - 1 school support personnel]

This program serves students who have been recommended by their local Committee on Special Education for a BOCES class in a local district setting as necessary for the Least Restrictive Environment. Mainstreaming opportunities are identified where appropriate. Instruction and related services are provided according to each student’s IEP. Classes at the secondary level emphasize Adult Daily Living and vocational skills.

Union Vail Middle School Teachers

K-2 Classroom [1 teacher - 6 students - 1 school support personnel]
This program serves students who require a more intensive learning environment, and who have been recommended by their local Committee on Preschool Special Education in a local district setting as necessary for the Least Restrictive Environment. Mainstreaming opportunities are identified where appropriate. Related services are provided according to each student’s IEP.

Vail Farm Elementary School Teachers

 

 

1-12-4 [1 teacher - 12 students - 4 school support personnel]
This program provides services to multiply disabled and traumatic brain injured students who have multi-sensory or motor deficiencies and developmental lags in physical, cognitive and psychomotor capabilities. This class is highly individualized providing academics, perceptual motor training, vocational and life skill training as well as and community experiences.

Pawling High School Teachers

 

1-6-2  [PEACCE Program; 1 teacher - 6 students - 2 school support personnel]

These programs are designed for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders [ASDS]. Our PEACCE classrooms follow the TEACCH Model as developed at the University of North Carolina. This methodology provides a highly structured, visual environment required for children with ASD to learn. Related services as designated on the student’s IEP are provided according to students’ IEPs.

Red Hook High School Teachers

Linden Avenue Middle School Teachers

 

 

1-6-2  [PEACCE Program; 1 teacher - 6 students - 2 school support personnel]

These programs are designed for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders [ASDS]. Our PEACCE classrooms follow the TEACCH Model as developed at the University of North Carolina. This methodology provides a highly structured, visual environment required for children with ASD to learn. Related services as designated on the student’s IEP are provided according to students’ IEPs.

Nassau Elementary School Teachers

Hagan Elementary School Teachers

1-8-1 [1 teacher - 8 students - 1 school support personnel]

This program serves students who have been recommended by their local Committee on Special Education for a BOCES class in a local district setting as necessary for the Least Restrictive Environment. Mainstreaming opportunities are identified where appropriate. Related services are provided according to students’ IEPs. There is a specialized 1-8-1 program at the elementary and secondary levels. Each 1-8-1 classroom is uniquely designed to meet the needs of its student population.

Spackenkill High School Teachers

  • Pam Nester