Visions Saddle Brook
Special Events & News
Michael's Art Work
Saddle Brook Pep Rally
The Visions Middle/High School Students
will be going to the
Bleshman School Jumpathon on February 6, 2015!
The Visions Middle/High School Student
will be going to
Bowler City on March 11, 2015!
Check out Ms. Hansen's blog for all classroom information!
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the VISIONS Integrated Middle School Program located in the barrier-free Saddle Brook Middle School/High School in Saddle Brook. Our innovative program for students with multiple disabilities affords students in grades Seven through Eight the opportunity to learn in an inclusive environment. Here with their grade-level peers, students receive the intensive instructional adaptations, assistive technology, augmentative communication, and environmental supports they need to ensure academic success in a typical school setting.
Students in 11th and 12th grade, also participate in Community Based Instruction. This curriculum is a combination of functional lessons in the classroom, and community outings where students can practice these life skills in real settings including area supermarkets, restaurants, banks, laundromats and many more.
Our curriculum is aligned to the grade-level New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. Instruction is provided by a highly trained and experienced staff who work collaboratively with the general education faculty to ensure an optimum educational program for each and every student. All students are included in both academic classes and specials. They participate in every aspect of school life, including classes, lunch, assemblies, field trips, and special activities. Supports and modifications are available as needed so that each student experiences progress and success.
In this unique partnership, the VISIONS Middle School as well as the Saddle Brook Middle School/High School staff are dedicated to providing an inclusive educational model that enhances the education of all. It is so exciting to experience the growth and development both academically and socially of all students.