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The Forum School
The Forum School is a private, non-profit, non-sectarian day program for developmentally atypical children through 21 years of age.
The Forum School offers a therapeutic educational environment for children who cannot be accommodated in a public school setting. Psycho-educational and behavioral techniques are utilized along with a structured, developmentally stimulating curriculum appropriate to each student's level. Classes, which are ungraded, are small, with a ratio of at least one adult for every two children.
Teachers, administrators, and consulting staff collaborate with the student's Child Study Team and parents to develop an Individualized Educational Program addressing his/her specific needs.
Parent-Teacher Conferences and our Annual Science Fair will be held Thursday, March 26. Please schedule your conference for that evening so that you can visit the Science Fair and recognize the students’ hard work!
We will be open FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2015 to make-up a snow day. We will dismiss at 1:00.
Professionally printed notecards featuring our students’ artwork are available for sale at the front office. They are beautiful!! The proceeds benefit our students, so please take a look next time you’re in the building! You can also order by sending money in an envelope marked “NOTECARDS-OFFICE” and we will send them home. $20 for a package of 12
On Monday, October 27, The Forum School celebrated Community Helpers Day. Representatives from local fire, police, and EMT departments came out to talk to the students about their services and show them their vehicles and equipment. A BIG thank you to all those that volunteered their time to visit our school!
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"This school should be a model for statewide special education. Outstanding."
"(My son) has already shown marked improvement and I relate that directly to his attendance at The Forum School."