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.
Welcome back! We are very excited for another great year as The Forum School celebrates its 60th Anniversary! While we continue to upgrade our building and the technology available to students, one thing that hasn’t changed is our longstanding dedication to the children we serve. We hope that you will join us in working collaboratively in the best interests of your child in order to help them achieve success to their fullest potential! Please remember to keep an open line of communication and feel free to call with any questions or concerns you may have!
Looking forward to seeing you all at Back to School Night, Thursday, October 2!
All the best,
Brian and Vicki
The following link is the 2014-2015 School Calendar 2014-2015calendar
The Forum School would like to acknowledge the MDRT Foundation and Paul Avenius for their recent grant in the amount of $4,000. The staff and students appreciate their generosity and look forward to using the new SmartBoard that will be purchased with the grant.
The L.I.F.T. Program students will be sending in our first set of Box Tops labels. If you have any labels please send them in ASAP.
We will have another collection in the fall to meet the November 1, 2014 deadline.
Thanks in advance for helping us raise money for our school.
The L.I.F.T. Program Students
I gave out medals for the 5K walk/run. 3 nice girls helped me give the medals for the 12 and under kids. There were many runners and many kids. The EMT gave out wet towels. The kids were happy when they got medals. I had fun. Tommy
Please go to our FLYERS page to order your De”LICK”iosos Dog treats now to support our L.I.F.T. program. Thank you.
MONDAY – Pajama Day
Tuesday – Decades Day (see assigned decades belowP
Ariel, Danielle, Doreen, Alisha, Helen – 70′s
Lenore, Ken, Joe, Beverly – 90′s
Laura, Ann, Linda, Connie, Mady – 60′s
Amanda, Alex, Brendan, Tom, Michele – 80′s
Speech, JoAnn T, Therapies (OT, PT, etc.) – 50′s
Administration, Nurses & Office Staff – 70′s
Wednesday – Favorite Team T-Shirt Day (Pro, College, or High School)
Thursday – Crazy Hat Day
Friday – Wear your Walk-A-Thon Shirt. School Spirit Day!
Doodle 4 Google Contest
Seven students entered art work in the Doodle 4 Google contest this year. It is our second year participating in this event. The students did an amazing job with the theme, “If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place.” Their beautiful art work is on display in school, so stop by, take a peek, and keep your fingers crossed!
The departmental spent their most recent CBI experience learning how to work well with others. Each homeroom was paired with a younger peer in Alisha, Ariel, Danielle and Doreen’s classes. They were to read a story and complete a related art project. It was a wonderful experience for all the students involved!
The departmental is having a small bake sale every Wednesday afternoon in the resource room. Large homemade apple and mini cherry pies are made during our morning CBI lesson. Come support our program and try a DELICIOUS pie!