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A Parent's Roadmap to the Individualized Education Plan - coming soon

Understanding Standardized Testing - coming soon

A Parent's Guide to Supporting Multi-Sensory Reading at Home - coming soon

           Phoneme Grapheme Card Pack Small

           Advanced Morphology Card Pack

          Bumpy Books

          Sight Word Games

                Dolch Sight Words List

                Fry Sight Words List

 

 

NJ Children's System of Care: PerformCare   - ( 877) 652-7624

Planning for Adult Life (ages 16-21)   -   (732) 246-2525

Division of Developmental Disabilities (ages 21 and over)   - (800) 832-9173

 

E-mail Policy

State law requires that when the school district utilizes electronic mail, parents are informed as to whether they may use electronic mail to submit requests to school officials regarding referral, identification, evaluation, classification, and the provision of a free, appropriate public education.  If this is permitted, parents shall be informed of the procedures to access the electronic mail system and that they may not utilize electronic mail to provide written consent when the district provides written notice and seeks parental consent as required by N.J.A.C. 6A:14.
 
Ringwood Public Schools does not allow the use of electronic mail for parents or staff to submit requests to school officials regarding referral, identification, evaluation, classification and the provision of free, appropriate public education.  All such requests must be submitted in writing.
 

 

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions:

 

WHAT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST?

The school psychologist has expertise in determining a child's level of intellectual development. In addition, the psychologist is concerned with the social and emotional status of school children and how these factors may affect behavior and performance in school. The school psychologist consults with regular classroom and special education teachers and parents to maximize each child's potential and to create a supportive and enriching instructional environment.

 

WHAT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LEARNING CONSULTANT?

The learning consultant is trained to determine the learning styles of children and to recommend specific teaching methods/materials which will best accommodate a child's needs. The learning consultant also determines whether a child who has been referred to the Child Study Team has the academic knowledge and skills necessary for school success. In addition, the learning consultant provides consultative services to the regular and special education teachers and parents to develop strategies and techniques to enhance the students' academic performance.

 

WHAT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER?

The expertise of the school social worker lies in assessing the student in relation to the family, school and community. In this role, the school social worker gathers information concerning the student's developmental milestones and health status. Family and school histories, as they pertain to the child's current school progress, are also obtained. The school social worker also is the primary specialist who coordinates community resources on behalf of students.

 

WHAT DO I DO IF I WANT MY CHILD EVALUATED BY THE CHILD STUDY TEAM?

Send a letter addressed to Mr. Steven Fiedeldey, Director of Special Services 130 Valley Rd. Ringwood, NJ 07456.  In the letter please state your child's name, school, grade level, date of birth, and the specific concerns you have.  The letter must contain your signature.  Upon receipt of your letter, a case manager from the Child Study Team will be assigned to your child's case and an Identifiation Meeting will be scheduled.  At this meeting please bring all relevant paperwork / documentation / medical reports that are relevant to your concerns.  The IEP team will review previous general education interventions that have been made and determine whether or not to proceed with testing.