Parent/Family Information During Closure
Important Information for Families
NOTE 5/22/2020: New York schools will remain closed through the summer. Our summer session will continue remotely from Monday July 6 to Friday August 14.
3/30/2020 IMPORTANT NEW MESSAGE TO PARENTS: Click Here.
Learning at Home
We’re about to launch our Remote Learning Program! Please review the information below, and remember, we’re here to help you.
Remote Learning Central
Please Review Our Remote Learning Guidelines
As we gear up for at-home learning, please review these Remote Learning Guidelines that will be of great help: Click Here.
Permission Form for Online Learning
Before we begin Remote Learning with your child, we will need your permission by digitally signing our Online Permission Form. For Kingston Parents, Click Here, and for Ellenville Parents, Click Here.
Online Education, Activities, and Fun Websites for Learning
Our Education Team and Therapists have reviewed many websites that you will find useful while your student learns at home. We’ve delineated them into categories, to make things easier for you.
Resources for Occupational/Physical Therapy
At Home OT/PT/APE Resources to Build Skills Through Movement and Play: Click Here.
Here’s another list of activities, online children’s’ magazines, and more! Click Here.
If You Need Help Feeding Your Family During this Time
For those families who may need help during this time, local food banks and organizations are ready to help! Ulster County has formed a new program called Project Resilience, to help feed those who may be having a difficult time, for more information on Project Resilience, Click Here. For a list of Ulster County food banks: Click Here, and for Dutchess County food banks, Click Here.
Also, check with your local school district, as some, like the New Paltz school district, are now offering home delivered meals to students. For a list of Ulster County School Districts and what they’re doing, Click Here.
Getting Accurate Regional Information from Local Government
Ulster and Dutchess county governments are offering a lot of useful information and updates on what they’re doing to help their residents during this crisis. Click Here for Ulster County’s Coronavirus page, and Click Here for Dutchess County’s.
Related to Healthy Habits and the Coronavirus
Use these links for information on useful information from a number of authorities.