Non-Public School is a highly structured educational setting to teach severely emotionally disturbed children, featuring small classes and intensive staffing. Through Creative Culture projects, a framework that emphasizes creativity and community, children are presented with the challenges of problem solving. With this comprehensive range of services, FamiliesFirst helps children and families face the serious problems that often confront them.
Teaching & Treating
FamiliesFirst's Non-Public School combines, rather than separates, elements of educational and therapeutic treatment. Academic, interpersonal, and social lessons are taught by a teacher and two classroom counselors in each eight-to-ten-student classroom. Our school serves emotionally disturbed boys from the ages of eight through 14. We have eight classrooms where students are appropriately placed based on their chronological age, level of educational function and behavioral concerns.
This ideal staffing ratio lets us identify and address the individual needs of each child, to work in various groupings, and use a variety of success-oriented teaching methodologies.
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