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      Important Announcement

      • In School & Take Home Safety Flyer.pdf

        The Bergen County Vocational School District and Bergen County Special Services School Districts are participating in a meal reimbursement program administered by the Federal Government. All Bergen County students are all eligible for one free breakfast and one free lunch each school day through June 30, 2021.

        Meals are available daily at each school location for students receiving in-person instruction. Meal options include a whole grain component, fresh fruit, vegetable, low-fat milk, and lean protein. Students may select three to five choices but must include a fruit or vegetable. Staff members will be happy to assist students with questions.

        Meals for the week are distributed each Monday for virtual students.

        These are available for pick up between 10 AM and 11:30 AM at either of the locations below:

        • Teterboro Technical School
          504 Route 46 West
          Teterboro, NJ 07608
          Front door on the west side of building main entrance

         

        • Paramus Rehab
          296 East Ridgewood Ave.
          Paramus, NJ 07052

        New participating families please drop us a brief email at scott.kallensee@compass-usa.com to let us know you are coming and your preferred location to assist us in preparing for everyone.


        Families may also contact their home town school district and inquire about the availability of virtual meals.

        Thank you.

        En la escuela y llevar a casa el folleto de seguridad.pdf


        El Distrito Escolar Vocacional del Condado de Bergen y los Distritos Escolares de Servicios Especiales del Condado de Bergen están participando en un programa de reembolso de comidas administrado por el Gobierno Federal. Todos los estudiantes del Condado de Bergen son elegibles para un desayuno gratuito y un almuerzo gratis cada día escolar hasta el 30 de junio de 2021.


        Las comidas están disponibles todos los días en cada ubicación de la escuela para los estudiantes que reciben instrucción en persona. Las opciones de comidas incluyen un componente de grano entero, fruta fresca, verdura, leche baja en grasa y proteína magra. Los estudiantes pueden seleccionar de tres a cinco opciones, pero deben incluir una fruta o verdura. El personal estará encantado de ayudar a los estudiantes con preguntas.


        Las comidas para la semana se distribuyen todos los lunes para estudiantes virtuales.


        Estos están disponibles para su recogida entre las 10 AM y las 11:30 AM en cualquiera de las siguientes ubicaciones:

        • Escuela Técnica de Teterboro
          504 Ruta 46 West
          Teterboro, NJ 07608
          Puerta Frente en el lado oeste de la entrada principal del edificio

         

        • Paramus Rehab
          296 East Ridgewood Ave.
          Paramus, NJ 07052

        Las nuevas familias participantes por favor envíenos un breve correo electrónico a scott.kallensee@compass-usa.com para hacernos saber que viene y su ubicación preferida para ayudarnos a prepararnos para todos.

        Las familias también pueden comunicarse con el distrito escolar de su ciudad natal y preguntar sobre la disponibilidad de comidas virtuales.

        Gracias.

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      • Important Message:

        It recently came to our attention that there is a letter/post circulating regarding a bottle cap collection.

        Please be advised that this was not sponsored, endorsed, or approved by Bergen County Special Services School District.

        Thank you.

        Bergen County Special Services

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      District News

      BCSS Spotlight

      • Autism Support Video (Click HERE for Video)

        Welcome to the Bergen County Special Services Autism Continuum. We are committed to providing effective instruction to students with autism and other related disabilities from ages 3 to 21.

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      • Career Crossroads (Click Here for Video)

        Career Crossroads is a shared time vocational program, offering students the opportunity to explore and prepare for careers in Sales and Customer Service, or Hospitality and Food Service. Students engage in classroom, project-based and community-based learning experiences. A focus of Career Crossroads is preparing students to acquire independence and the “soft skills” required for workplace success: communication, enthusiasm and attitude, teamwork, networking, problem-solving, critical thinking, and professionalism. Students in the morning program are ages 18-21. Students attending the afternoon program are in grades 11 and 12 and attend their local high school in the morning.

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      • Hearing Impaired (Click HERE for Video)

        The BCSS programs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing are the largest and most comprehensive in New Jersey. Children and their families from birth to twenty-one are provided services throughout the continuum and students are educated through a listening and spoken language or a total communication approach.

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      • The Bleshman Experience (Click HERE for Video)

        "Let's Make a Difference" Bergen County Special Services School uses robots to help teach life skills to differently abled students. See how Bleshman infuses technology into their daily routines! Bleshman Regional Day School helps students reach their greatest potential with a technology driven focus.

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      • The Brownstone School (Click HERE for Video)

        "Unlocking Potential. Creating Opportunities." See how the Bergen County Specoal Services Brownstone School is transforming the futures of students one child at a time.

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      • The Springboard Program (Click HERE for Video)

        "Unlocking Potential. Creating Opportunities." The Springboard Program is one of the most unique programs in the Bergen County Special Services School District in that it is located in a house rather than a school building.

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      • Transition Center @ Wood-Ridge (CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO)

        The Transition Center at Wood-Ridge educates students, grades 5 through the age of twenty-one, with special needs who demonstrate cognitive delays. Instruction focuses on developing each student's independent living skills to their full potential. The Transition Center provides a full day school- and community-based learning environment, which includes Individual Education Program (IEP)-driven instruction focusing on the mastery of functional academic skills required for daily living and working in the community.

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