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Tip Toeing Through Text: StoryWalk

StoryWalk, a concept created by Vermont educator Anne Ferguson, is a fun and innovative activity that places the pages from a children’s story along a route in the community, on the playground, or inside the school building. It helps build children’s interest in reading while encouraging healthy activity.

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Jonathan Noriega ’12

Private First Class, Jonathan Noriega returned to Garfield Park Academy this winter. The 2012 graduate met with staff and students, reflecting on what he learned at GPA. He took questions about hard work, life in the military, and how GPA helped turn his life around.

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GPA’s Instructional Framework Recognized as Evidence-based

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) has included the comprehensive model of care used by Garfield Park Academy, the Teaching-Family Model (TFM), as a promising evidence-based practice.

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GPA Professionals of the Year

ASAH, a not-for-profit organization comprised of private schools and agencies that provide highly specialized services to children with disabilities in New Jersey, has awarded two GPA staff members with the organization’s Special Education Professionals of the Year Awards. Sheri Roseman, a GPA Art Therapist with twenty years of experience at our school, was named ASAH’s Related Services Provider of the …

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Wiggle Room Helps Make Learning Easier

For many students with ADHD, learning disabilities, and autism, excess physical energy can be distracting in the classroom. When the expectation is that students remain still and seated, sensory integration dysregulation issues can look like a behavioral problem. GPA has helped solve the problem with new sensory-friendly classrooms.

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Momentum Transition Program Internship

Twice a week, Dan, who is on track for a June, 2017 graduation, dons his uniform to go to Meineke. There, he works under the supervision of another mechanic as an intern. A job coach from GPA attends with him, helping Dan adjust to new situations, and acting as a ‘go-between” to help him problem-solve and interpret work situations.

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GPA’s TFA 2016 Agency Distinguished Practitioner of the Year

GPA Teacher Suzanne Sedarat has been awarded the Teaching Family Association’s Agency Distinguished Practitioner of the Year Award. The award is presented to individual TFA Member Agency staff for exemplifying the dedication and commitment required to establish and maintain a high-level model of evidence-based and effective care. Congratulations Suzanne!

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GPA’s Brittany Harmening Named West Jersey Reading Council President

On May 25, 2016, Brittany Harmening was installed as the new president elect for the West Jersey Reading Council.  West Jersey Reading Council strives to promote literacy in Burlington and Camden counties through professional development, active membership, partnership with the International Literacy Association and the New Jersey Literacy Association, and dissemination of pertinent research and practices. Brittany has been a …

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GPA & STEPS Program at Autism NJ Conference

Our program staff and administrators were on hand at the 2015 Autism NJ Conference in Atlantic City, sharing the good news about Garfield Park Academy and the STEPS Program for adults with disabilities.

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Handbag Bingo Event is Coming

Don’t miss our upcoming Handbag Bingo Event! Please join us for the fun. When: Friday October 23, 2015 Where: Garfield Park Academy, 24 Glenolden Lane, Willingboro, New Jersey Time: Doors Open at 6:30 Price: Admission: $25.00, $30.00 Purchased At Door Tickets, Call 609-877-4111 • First Game at 7:15 • Admission includes 10 games • Additional cards available for sale • …

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