Community Outreach Program Series

Tuesday April 4  •  7:00- 9:00pm
Dr. Buxenbaum, Director of Special Programs in Ridgewood Public Schools, will discuss what “Least Restrictive Environment,” in the context of special education and explain the continuum of supports that are available in Ridgewood’s elementary, middle school and high school. She will also discuss programs available for 18-21 year olds.
Education Center (49 Cottage Place), 3rd floor.  F

Tuesday, April 18
Dr. Catherine Steiner- Adair will join us to present “Protecting Children and Family Relationships in the Digital Age” based on her award-winning book, The Big Disconnect.  Please click here for more information about this presentation, which will take place at 7:00 pm in the George Washington Middle School auditorium.  To view information about the entire Community Outreach Program speaker series, please click here.

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