North Street School
The North Street campus provides educational services for classified students who have not been successful in their district high school. Students attending this program are classified as Emotionally Disabled, Oppositional Defiant or one of the other educational classifications. As a result of their exhibited behaviors they require a smaller setting in a structured learning environment allowing them to recognize the necessity of taking ownership for their behaviors.
North Street provides an educational program which meets the New Jersey high school requirements for graduation. Additionally the students attend Internal Power, HSPA remediation and are provided an on-line Carnegie Learning account in mathematics and Read180 account in language arts. All classroom instruction is guided by the students IEP providing them the opportunity to succeed.
It is the goal of the program to guide the student in developing more appropriate behavior modification skills, therefore allowing them to attend a less restrictive environment. The less restrictive environment could be a program provided by Bergen County Special Services or returning to their district high school.
Throughout the school year, socialization trips are provided for students who have exhibited appropriate behavior or growth resulting in improved behavior. These trips are designed to assist the student in recognizing that appropriate behavior results in a positive experience. Students will attend trips ranging from the Liberty Science center, bowling, David Busters, horseback riding and skiing.