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    The Readington Township Department of Pupil Services provides services to students in the areas of school health, guidance counseling, child study, special education, speech and language, English Language Services and occupational/physical therapy.

    Supervisor of Pupil Services

    Karen Tucker

    (908)-534-2195

    x 2955

    Confidential Secretary - Pupil Services

    Donna Masucci

    (908)-534-2195

    x 2955

     

     

    Health Services

    Certified school nurses provide health services to all students who attend Readington Township Public Schools. If you have questions regarding your child’s health, please contact the school nurse at your child’s school.

     

    Readington Middle School

    Debbie Nazzaro

    (908)-534-3810

     

    Holland Brook School

    Nancy Kelly

    (908)-534-2739

     

    Three Bridges School

    Stephanie Armstrong

    (908)-534-5729

     

    Whitehouse School

    Maureen Sjonell

    (908)-534-4754

     

     

    Guidance Counseling

    There is a full time certified School Guidance Counselor in each of our schools. If you believe your child is in need of counseling services, please contact the guidance counselor assigned to your child’s grade or school.

     

     

    Readington Middle School

     

     

     

     

    Grade 6

    Christine Crielly

    (908) 534-3820

     

     

    Grade 7

    Adam Connelly

    (908) 534-3817

     

     

    Grade 8

    Ellen Goodfellow

    (908) 534-3819

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Holland Brook School

    Barbara Pauley

    (908) 534-2740

     

    Three Bridges School

    Beth Furka

    (908) 534-5704

     

    Whitehouse School

    Paul Smith

    (908)-534-4741

     

     

     Child Study Team Services

    The Readington Township Child Study Team has the responsibility of conducting comprehensive child study team evaluations to help determine if a student is eligible for special education and related services. If eligible, the case manager develops an Individualized Educational Program with the IEP team and then monitors the student’s program. The case manager also provides consultation services to parents and teachers regarding the student’s emotional, educational and social needs.

    If your child receives special education and related services and you have questions regarding your child’s Individualized Educational Program, please contact the case manager assigned to your child’s school of attendance or grade level.

     

     

    Readington Middle School

     

     

     

     

    Grade 8

    Ann Roarty

    (908) 534-3824

     

     

    Grade 7

    Lauren Glick

    (908) 534-3822

     

     

    Grade 6

    Gerry Fiori

    (908) 534-3841

     

     

    RMS CST Secretary

    Cindi Carlucci

    (908) 534-2195

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    Holland Brook School

     

     

     

     

    Grade 4

    Sheri Simonetti

    (908)-534-2729

     

     

    Grade 5

    Robin Wild

    (908)-534-2733

     

     

    HBS CST Secretary

    Gerry Glackin

    (908)534-2195

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    Three Bridges School

     

     

     

     

    Grades 1, 2, 3

    Preschool and K

    Heather Gibbons

    (908) 534-5718

     
        Monique Patti

    (908) 534-5726

     

     

    TBS CST Secretary

    Gerry Glackin

    (908) 534-2195

    X 2958

    Whitehouse School

     

     

     

     

    Grades K, 1, 2, 3

    Sarah Grzenda

    (908) 534-4757

     

     

    WHS CST Secretary

    Cindi Carlucci

    (908) 534-2195

    x 2956

     

     Speech and Language Services

    Certified Speech and language therapists provide services to students who are eligible for speech and language services. Services include: consulting with parents, child study team members and teachers; conducting assessments to determine eligibility; developing speech and language programs; and providing therapy to remediate the areas that are adversely affecting the student’s educational performance.

    If you believe your child is in need of speech and language services or if you have questions regarding your child’s speech and language program, please contact a speech and language therapist assigned to your child’s school.

     

    Readington Middle School

     

     

     

    Grades 6-8

    Wendy Baer

    (908)534-2113

         

    Holland Brook School          

    Beth Luque

    (908)823-0454

     

     

     

    Three Bridges School

     

    Erica Winebrenner

    Courtney D'Onofrio

    (908)782-2141

    (908) 782-2141

           
    Whitehouse School   Jillian Bobal        (908) 534-4411

     

    English Language Services

    Students who have Limited English Proficiency receive English Language Services by a certified English as a Second Language Teacher. ELS services are available to all students who meet the criteria determined by state code. If you have questions about your students ELS program, or you believe that your child is in need of English Language Services please contact Lori Gabrielsen at your child’s school of attendance.

     

     

    Readington Middle School

    Lori Gabrielsen

    (908)-534-4411

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    Holland Brook School

    Lori Gabrielsen

    (908)-534-4411

    X4123

    Three Bridges School

    Lori Gabrielsen

    (908)-534-4411

    X4123

    Whitehouse School

    Lori Gabrielsen

    (908)-534-4411

    X4123

     

     

    Special Education Services

    Readington Township Public Schools offers a continuum of services to students who meet the criteria for and who are in need of special education services. These programs are governed by New Jersey Administrative Code, Title 6A, Chapter 14, Special Education. Services are designed to meet the special needs of students who may be experiencing difficulty in adjusting fully to the daily requirements of a regular classroom environment.  Emphasis is placed upon offering services that are responsive to a student’s individual learning style and educational disability. Certified special education teachers provide special education programs to eligible students in the least restrictive environment appropriate to the individual student’s needs.