Students at Tappan Hill School "Lend a Helping Hand"
Tappan Hill students learned the value of lending a hand around their school during the month of January, a reflection on the teachings of Martin Luther King Jr.
This program is designed to meet the needs of students who are pursuing their NYS Regents Diploma as determined by their CSE. Students participate in a general education curriculum. This program is offered at the middle school and high school level in district-based settings, for students who require small group instruction in a therapeutic setting. Students in this program primarily present with mental health challenges that significantly interfere with the students' ability to be educated and supported within a typical general education classroom environment. Students needs are met through highly structured classroom settings with counseling and instructional support. Students have access to mainstream classes as appropriate.
Student Teacher Ratio 12:1:1
* Consultant Psychiatric services
* Counseling Services 1 x 30 individual per week
* Counseling Services 1 x 30 group per month
* Counseling Services Intensive
* Consultant Guidance Counselor services
Direct OT, PT, nursing, speech, counseling (additional) or other related services as per student IEP are billed to districts in addition to tuition costs.
At the high school level, students may attend half day programs offered through the Center for Career Services, at no additional charge to the district. This program provides students with transition support, career awareness, and vocational experiences and skills necessary for students to attain the Career Development and Occupational Studies Credential (CDOS) or Career and Technical Education (CTE) certification. Districts are responsible for providing transportation services for students to be able to attend programs located at the Career Service Center in Valhalla. Southern Westchester BOCES can provide transportation services for a fee that would be billed separately to participating districts.
Alberta Grant Johnson, Principal Farragut Middle School & Irvington High School
agrant-Johnson@swboces.org (914) 591-8529